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So you want to buy farm land in South America – What are the options ?

So you want to be a landowner in South America Investing in farmland can make for an intriguing alternative to the stock market. Farmland is safe historically, an excellent hedge against inflation and is an asset class that does not correlate with the normal stock market. As the world’s population continues to grow (9.15 billion estimates by 2050) and the global middle class continues to emerge (with changing dietary habits toward more calories and meat), farmland is poised to become an even more intriguing…

What is the most important thing that a person/company should consider if they want to invest in Uruguay?

Beyond the emotional elements, the investor must analyze each country’s advantages. Investors are becoming more aware that foreign investment competition is fierce among countries, especially those located in the same geographic area; therefore, comparing the benefits offered by each country is an excellent idea to finally decide the best option for your circumstances. The American Nobel prize winner, Milton Friedman (economist), said,” Investors in the current context are like consumers; they have…

Uruguay ranked among the best countries for investing

According to one of the world’s leading financial magazines, Uruguay remains “a haven of stability in a volatile region.” The report featured experts’ opinions in a regular survey, who were asked to evaluate 174 countries quarterly. The British magazine Euromoney delivered a report “providing a useful measure of relative risk for investors around the world,” according to which “Uruguay is the 18th safest country on the planet” and “the safest country” in Latin America to…

A GERMAN PUBLICATION DESCRIBED URUGUAY AS “A SAFE HAVEN IN TIMES OF CRISIS”

The prestigious German media Spiegel Ausland reported on the benefits offered by Uruguay in the context of the war in Ukraine and the advantages it has over its neighbours. “The country most likely to benefit from the crises in Europe in the long term is precisely one of the smallest on the continent: Uruguay,” explains the German news publication Spiegel Ausland in a story entitled “Effects of the Ukrainian war in South America. Safe haven in times of crisis”. From the information published…

Investing in Uruguay: Farmland

Ninety-five percent of Uruguay is rural and Uruguay is roughly the same size as England and Wales combined. Juan Federico Fischer, the managing partner at Andersen, advises multinationals and individuals about investing in Uruguay and has created frameworks for large-scale investments in agriculture, timber, and real estate investment in Uruguay. He’s regularly quoted in the international press on Uruguay’s investment climate. In this interview, Karen A Higgs, founder of Guru’Guay, and Federico…

Populists Governments are reforming Latin America Agribusiness but uncertainties persist

Key View • The recent wave of anti-establishment governments across Latin America could result in significant structural changes to the agricultural sectors in these countries. • The agribusiness sector played a key role in providing support to these ‘outsider’ political campaigns, and we believe agricultural reform will continue to dominate political discourse over the next few years. • We believe that the production of soybean, grain and livestock, mainly in Brazil and Argentina, is most…

👉 AGRICULTURAL INVESTMENT IN URUGUAY

image of Cattle grazing, Agricultural investment in Uruguay
Agricultural investment in Uruguay will grow by 5% in this five-year period Global demand for agricultural products will remain strong in the coming decades, mainly sustained by increased consumption in Asia. In developing countries, the current average meat consumption of 26 kg will reach 37 kg by 2030. Meat consumption will continue to rise, as projected by the FAO. FAO Corporate Document Repository. Uruguay is a reliable and attractive destination for foreign agricultural investment. Uruguay is a predominantly…
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