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First Global Industry Report “Blockchain Real Estate”

The State of Blockchain in Real Estate  –  2019 The FIBREE Industry Report is the most important yearly contribution of FIBREE to the market. It provides in-depth articles and a global overview of the latest developments in the field of Blockchain and Real Estate. I hope you find the study of some interest and value. Source: John Dean MarkunasFIBREE New York City Regional Co-ChairFoundation for International Blockchain Real Estate Expertise (Visited 53 times, 1 visits today) About Gateway…

Latin America holds 42% of the world’s agriculture expansion potential

Latin America is one of the few regions of the world where agriculture production can expand since it holds 42% of that potential globally. Latin America is a net exporter of food and plays an important role when addressing the challenge of increasing world food production so as to guarantee food security in the future. “In spite of the regrettable abandonment of agriculture and the campo suffered during several decades not so long ago”, the sector is bound to adopt a vanguard role given the global…

Doing Business in Peru 2019

Economic overview 2019 During the decade between 2003 and 2013, Peru’s economy development was steady and exceptional: its real GDP rose at an annual average rate of 6,6 %, the highest average rate in Latin America and one of the most important worldwide. However, this performance was affected in 2014 by an international crisis. Since then, Peru has only shown moderate growth not exceeding 4,0% Many external factors were pointed to as catalysts of this deceleration, such as the Eurozone weakness, the…

GTSA is searching for more Country Partners and Commission Brokers

Looking for a change – Join GTSA Company Description – Southern Cone Real Estate Specialists We are an independent company specialising in real estate brokerage and marketing advice for clients who wish to invest or sell properties in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.  We specialise in leading-edge marketing systems designed to speed up the traditional selling times of real estate in these locations. GTSA is a company that relies on the talents of its people to provide quality…

Feeding the world in 2050

As the population grows, we must change the way we grow and consume food As global populations grow – to a predicted nine billion by 2050 – and diets evolve, sustainability becomes an increasingly significant issue. Resources (particularly land and water) are limited and consumer behaviour is changing. Food producers cannot ignore these factors and need to address whether they are supplying what the consumer wants, at the right price, at a sustainable cost and to the right location. Agriculture…

How Will Climate Change Impact Latin America?

Regardless of whether you believe global warming is man-made or not, it’s clear that it is happening. According to Nasa the earth’s global temperature has risen by 1.62 degrees since the last 19th century, while five of the warmest summers on record have happened since 2010. As a result, established weather patterns around the world are being upended. Climate change will have an outsized impact in Latin America and will lead to far-reaching economic and social challenges. Indeed, in a recent…

Real Estate Disrupter Purplebricks model fails in Australia

Purplebricks is quitting Australia less than three years since it entered the market promising to “change the real estate landscape” with its fixed-fee model and online platform after making serious losses. Although both Purplebricks and Savills backed Yopa hybrid models of selling real estate both started up with some degree of success in the bull real estate markets it entered into, once the market normalised they quickly got into trouble. Both have raised and lost millions of pounds from investors…

The Airport Economist

The Airport Economist is your guide to doing business in the Asian Century. Led by renowned economist Tim Harcourt, we’ll be visiting thriving markets all across Asia to find out what the emerging opportunities are for doing business there, how to get your foot in the door, learn from companies who are successfully operating there, as well as discover the local culture. The Airport Economist is a television show and series of best-selling books which bring expertise and insight to global economics, business…

Latin America: agricultural perspectives

The Latin American region is an important net exporter of food and agricultural commodities, accounting for 16% of total global food and agriculture exports and 4% of total food and agriculture imports. The region is one of the few parts of the world with significant resources of unexploited agricultural land (concentrated in Brazil and Argentina), suggesting the region will continue to play a pivotal role in global food production and exports in the future. Many of the region´s countries have achieved…

Investment in Agriculture

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Investment in agriculture and food has a wide priority for the global economy, comparable only to environmental issues. Analysing the sector in 2015, [1] McKinsey determined that, “if current trends continue, by 2050, caloric demand will increase by 70%, and crop demand for human consumption and animal feed will increase by at least 100%. At the same time, more resource constraints will emerge: for example, 40% of water demand in 2030 is unlikely to be met. Already, more than 20% of arable land is degraded”.…

The Next Major Tool for Precision Agriculture: Real-time Protein Monitoring ?

There is a new breakthrough in Digital Farming Crop Scan Ag Solutions It has been forecast that the world will need to increase the production of grains and oilseeds by 30% by 2050 in order to feed the 9 billion people that will inhabit the planet. A major tool available to the agriculture ecosystem to achieve this task is Precision Agriculture. The US Dept of Agriculture defines of Precision Agriculture as. “ a management system that is information and technology based, is site specific and uses one…

Now is the time to be scouring the Market for good Real Estate investments to protect your future

As we get older, it seems the hands of time are ticking faster. Every day that passes translates to one less day we have to fulfill our dreams. This is a realistic statement that begs the question: “What do we want to do with the rest of the time we have left on the planet?” For me, it’s easier to state what I don’t want to do and there is a list of behaviors and people I want to avoid: People who can’t make decisions. – Procrastinators People whose actions don’t follow…

Thinking of Selling Real Estate Here are the top 10 Real Estate Myths Debunked

Myth #1: The most successful real estate salespeople are born, not made. Fact: Incorrect. Yes, a good agent may have a tendency and inclination to be a savvier negotiator with better people skills, but these are things that can be learned and nurtured. Research shows that at a maximum, people are operating at 50% of capability which means the majority of human beings are not realising their potential*. Myth #2: Agents that write $1m in gross commission do a lot of cold calling. Fact: There is no evidence…

Why Farmed Salmon is One of the Most Toxic ‘Junk Food’ We Can Put in Our Body

For a long time, fish has been touted as super food from doctors, as well as nutritionists and specialists from around the world. A lot of people choose not to eat meat or some other animal product but show pride in their presumed health-conscious decision to consume fish. But, as with almost every other thing that is promoted heavily in the media, there is something fishy about this. There is no doubt that it contains a lot of essential omega 3’s which are better known to be good for our brain, many…

You can’t afford to buy a farm in South America ? Maybe these are another options

  Farmlands in Brazil and Argentina are some of the most fertile, productive and sought after in the world, but investors looking at the continent should be cautious. Brazil and Argentina currently have laws that place certain limits on the foreign ownership (individuals and corporations) of farmland. Other farms in South America countries like Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay are much more foreign business friendly. But Chile (very mountainous) and Uruguay (small country) offer comparatively fewer farmland…
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