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Danes give Chileans a helping hand in global pork marketplace

The Chilean pork sector has made a significant further move into the global marketplace after a major deal was sealed between one of Latin America’s leading pork producers and Danish investors. Coexca SA has joined forces with the Danish Agribusiness Fund (DAF) in a $12m equity deal that will enable the Chilean producer to double its output.…

Southern hemisphere farmers will struggle to meet milk demand growth over next five years

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Southern hemisphere farmers will struggle to produce about 20 billion liters of milk needed to feed the world’s demand growth over the next five years according to Rabobank research. Rabobank dairy analyst Emma Higgins said that most of the extra supply would need to be met by the northern hemisphere. “Countries…

Airbnb looks to Latin America, now its fastest-growing market

As Airbnb turns its attention to Latin America, the often-combative company is taking an unusual approach. It’s giving local governments what they want. The home and apartment-rental company said it will collect and remit taxes in Mexico City, the first such arrangement in Latin America. Airbnb will provide 3 per cent of revenue generated…

Are Latin Girls the most beautiful in the world?

The Great Debate Are Latin Girls the most beautiful in the world is a question often asked. Yes, there are beautiful girls everywhere.  But there are some countries where there are higher concentrations of beautiful girls and a higher rating of beauty overall. According to other lists on the internet, not by individuals who vote specifically…

Hazelnuts Growers have a good future in South America

Why ?  Government intervention in Turkey has sent Hazelnut Internaational prices soaring. Turkey produces 75 percent of the world’s Hazelnuts, with the key growing regions concentrated along the Black Sea coast to the east of the country, all areas that voted for Mr Erdogan. There are about 4,000,000 people, directly and indirectly, dependent on the…

Why China is looking to increase agribusiness investment in Latin America

CHINA SPEND ON AUSTRALIAN AGRIBUSINESS HAS TRIPLED IN ONE YEAR China’s investment in Australian agribusiness has tripled in just a year as China strives to meet rising demand for high-quality food among its growing middle class. In 2016, Chinese companies invested $1.2 billion in Australian agribusiness – three times 2015’s…