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The Green Option in Paraguay for Diesel Replacement

Paraguay is one of the few countries in South America in which investors can purchase and hold land directly and in any desired legal structure (which is not possible for example in Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay). Under the program, an investment structure purchases cattle land in the Paraguay Chaco. Investancia provides high-level Paraguayan government support, references and land title guarantees for the land developments. They also apply for the small farmer and indigenous population support programs. The…

The Future is here Now

Our children and grandchildren should read this and understand what will change as the future is here now. They must  keep their eyes open for opportunities and maybe leave law school before it is too late!! From Udo Gollub after the Singularity University Summit: This makes one think of the coming possibilities… In 1998, Kodak had 170,000 employees and sold 85% of all photo paper worldwide. Within just a few years, their business model disappeared and they went bankrupt. What happened to Kodak will happen…

Estancia Punta del Agua – San Juan – Argentina: 1,000,000 acres for Sale – New Photos

Estancia Punta del Agua – 1,000,000 acres of Opportunities Estancia Punta del Agua 1,000,000 acres for Sale – New Photos Estancia Punta del Agua, a set on Flickr. Click on the photos to see more photos of the property Description 375,640 ha more or less or just under 1 million acres in the North West of Argentina, with potential and feasibility studies for agriculture, cattle ranching, biofuels, renewable energies, and tourism. Strategically located on the bioceaniccorredor that crosses Chile,…

Uruguay Investor Guides

INVESTOR’S GUIDE Uruguay has become a reliable and attractive destination for foreign investors. Start to work in the best country to invest in.  Political and social stability Macroeconomic soundness Access to an expanded market Attractive schemes for the investor Ease of doing business Modern infrastructure Leader in technology Talent availability A country to live in Uruguay Tax System Setting up a Company The Business Invironment International Agreements Labour Guide Investment Promotional Systems…

Los Lagos de Chile – 10 Region centred on the city of Osorno

Osorno is an important city and commune in southern Chile and capital of Osorno Province in the Los Lagos Region. It had a population of over 150,000. It is located 945 kilometres (587 miles) south of the national capital of Santiago, 105 kilometres (65 miles) north of the regional capital of Puerto Montt and 260 kilometres (160 miles) west of the Argentine city of San Carlos de Bariloche, connected via International Route 215 through the Cardenal Antonio Samoré Pass. Osorno is a rural service centre for the…

💋 Wild Chilean Patagonia adventurer’s guide

Wild Chilean Patagonia adventurer’s guide Granite peaks spiked on the horizon. Clouds whipped overhead. It was February in the Patagonia region of southern Chile, and I was on a mountain bike riding through the grandeur of Torres del Paine National Park. The road curved and dropped ahead, my riding partner’s braking as wheels sliced the gravel. “Look at that view!” someone shouted as the Patagonian wind picked up, cancelling any opportunity to respond with its fierce roar. I was speechless…

NEW LEGAL ENTITY IN PARAGUAY: SIMPLIFIED SHARES COMPANY (EAS)

Find out about the new legal entity in Paraguay – the EAS, or Simplified Shares Company – and what this entity can offer business owners entering the market. Paraguay is one of the most underrated jurisdictions in Latin America for doing business. The country has demonstrated astonishing annual rates of economic growth, averaging around 4% between 2015-2017 and increasingly diversifying market opportunities, including blossoming agricultural, service and mining sectors. Although it is enticing, it can be…

It could be the 1930s all over again for Latin America

During the 1920’s Depression, Latin America was buffeted by a collapse in commodity prices, a slowdown in world trade and a massive capital outflow. The same shocks are hitting the region today, but this time one has to add a decline in remittances (crucial for Central America and the Caribbean) and a productivity freeze, due to having much of the labour force under lockdown. Back then, the economic contraction was brutal. Between 1929 and 1933, output fell by 10 per cent in Argentina and Mexico and by…

Famed economist Tim Harcourt talks Peru, Latin America

Luis Davelouis Lengua for El Comercio Around here, listening to visiting international academics telling us that Peru is going in the right direction, that it is an example and that there is still much to be done has become commonplace, and therefore, obvious and boring. The well-known Australian economist Time Harcourt (author of the best-selling Airport Economist) is a very nice guy, who seems, at first impression, unable to say anything negative about anyone, even Hitler. Appearances lie. In your presentation,…

Why is Uruguay beating Latin America’s coronavirus curse?

Stricken neighbours take note – Uruguay has not only contained the outbreak, it has done so without a lockdown, harsh quarantines or heavy-handed policing. As the novel coronavirus cyclones through Latin America, it has staggered almost every nation. So how to explain Uruguay? Its infection rate of 2.1 cases per million inhabitants is the second lowest in South America and already falling, with just 22 fatalities by May 27. Ahead of many of its neighbours, Uruguay is already glimpsing a safe return to economic…

BrasilAgro’s string of new farmland acquisitions signals ongoing confidence in Brazilian farming

BrasilAgro, a publicly-traded farmland investor, has expanded its farmland holdings by 33,500 hectares (ha) in recent months. Native vegetation covers 11,915 ha of this area, and it may be at imminent risk of being cleared if BrasilAgro moves ahead with its development plans. Its two recent purchases indicate that BrasilAgro continues to aggressively implement its business model that focuses on the acquisition and transformation of Cerrado savanna into farmland.  Merger with Agrifirma Brasil in 1Q20 In 1Q20,…

Argentine’s farmland in USD terms collapses: experts reveal which locations to now invest in

As in other sectors, the pandemic has been making itself felt in the worst possible way and that is in rural real estate activity. So, what are the areas to invest in? The paralysis evidenced by the lack of sale of properties in the urban areas, rural real estate activity also transits one of its worst moments with operations close to zero in the past two months. These same indicators are the one that opens up opportunities for investors with cash, with the prices in key areas of agricultural production areas…

Why the ‘Andean Three’ Will Bounce Back Quickly From Coronavirus

Latin America is the world’s coronavirus hotspot but some of its best-run economies – Peru, Colombia and Chile – look well placed to recover…… Emerging markets have been flattened by the stampede for the exit. The Institute for International Finance estimates that overseas investors pulled $95billion from emerging markets in the first quarter of 2020 – the EM largest outflow ever. Investors are right to be worried. Emerging markets tend to have bad health systems, cash-strapped governments and informal…

Latam Air Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Stymied by Lockdowns

Latam Airlines Group SA, Latin America’s largest air carrier, sought bankruptcy court protection in New York after the Covid-19 pandemic grounded flights across the region. The Chapter 11 petition allows Latam to keep operating while the Chilean carrier works out a plan to pay creditors and turn around the business. Latam, whose shareholders include Chile’s Cueto family and Delta Air Lines Inc., continues to operate on a reduced schedule, and it has commitments for a bankruptcy loan of up to $900…

No model answers for this Covid 19 crisis

A forecasting model is an opinion column with more maths. Its purpose is to spark action, not necessarily to be right. Will we ever trust experts again? The models that predicted the spread of the coronavirus have been under fire for months. Now the economic forecasts that were based on those models have highlighted exactly how out of whack the epidemiological predictions were. What will happen if we lose faith in modelling? Saving $60 billion should never feel like an anticlimax, but here we are in 2020, supposedly…
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