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A strong upturn in activity in the rural real estate market in Argentina

From the real estate sector, they affirm that external factors such as inflation in hard currencies and the value of commodities and land are activating the market. After a slight drop in the number of operations registered during July, in August, there was a new rise in the level of activity in the rural real estate market, according to the Chamber of Rural Real Estate Agents (CAIR). In this way, the activity shows a growing trend in the last five months. Among the causes, CAIR affirms that “the rural…

1,000,000 acre Argentina Farm offered for sale in San Juan

Gateway to South America – Argentina   Estancia Punta del Agua – 1,000,000 acres Location: San Juan, ArgentinaAsking USD: Expressions of InterestCode: ARATF226 Click this link to see the video and Brochure of the propertySize: 375,640 hectares more or less Description375,640  hectares 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…

In Argentina, a private study highlights that farming has a “very good image” in their society

According to a survey by Synopsis Consultores and Amplificagro, almost 70% of those consulted considered it so; the opinion on the policies of the Government towards the activity. A report by a private consultant revealed that the country has “a good image of the agricultural sector” and that “it is not justified to continue creating taxes just to cover expenses.” Through an extensive study in which the main industries of the country are contemplated, it is reflected that The countryside…

The Argentine owners of the country’s main soybean seed company bought 60,000 hectares for USD 195 million from an Australian Investor

The Bartolomé family, owner of Grupo Don Mario (GDM) kept the entire shares of the Australian Farming capital company Liag Argentina. Gerardo and Ignacio Bartolomé, father and son, owners of Grupo Don Mario (GDM), the largest Argentine seed company and leader in soybeans also in Brazil, bought the entire share package of the agricultural-livestock company LIAG Argentina -with Australian capital. The transaction, for USD 195 million -financed 60% by Rabobank- covers 60,000 hectares throughout the country.…

Pointed “Financial Times” editorial on Argentina: “Financial ruin is lurking close by”

It called for more harshness from the IMF and cast doubt on the competence of Silvina’s Batakis’ plan: “The political and economic odds are seriously against her.” The Financial Times portrayed a dark horizon for Argentina, in the midst of the economic and social crisis that afflicts the country. The prestigious British media published a strong editorial on the situation: it said that “financial ruin is on the horizon” and cast doubt on the effectiveness of the plan of the…

Due to the Russia-Ukraine Conflict, Argentine Farms are once again attracting foreign investors

Despite legal barriers to the purchase of farms by foreigners and local economic uncertainty, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine has made international investors return to look at commercial farms in Argentina, due to their low prices on a worldwide comparison. Investing in farms today can be more than a profitable business. It is that, as a consequence of the pandemic, prices in the most exclusive areas fell by an average of 10%. Added to this is the fact that as a result of the war with Russia, Ukraine…

Australia approved transgenic wheat developed in Argentina

Australia is one of the main producing and exporting countries of cereals. It joins Argentina, Brazil and Colombia, which had already authorized the new variety. Australia, one of the main producers in the world, today approved transgenic wheat (HB4), an event that was developed by the company Bioceres and that gives it tolerance to water stress. According to the resolution published by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ), the application we submitted for the sale and use of foods derived from HB4…

The experts agree: the best steak in the world is Argentine beef

A producer from the town of Macachín participated in this year’s “World Steak Challenge” and won with his Argentine steak cuts. The “World Steak Challenge” – World Steak Challenge – (WSC) is the world’s first event to provide meat producers and suppliers with a much-needed platform to showcase product quality, breed credentials, and meat standards. processing in an international setting. The WSC allows participants to test their steaks against global competitors,…

Argentina has a new cropping record: between January and August 2021, they exported USD10 Billion more than in 2020, what does this mean for the economy?

Income from foreign exchange for August fell compared to July, as expected due to seasonal variations, but as El Cronista anticipated it was still the highest in Argentine history. What will be the impact? Exporting companies of grains and agricultural by-products made the best settlement for the month of August in history as announced by El Cronista. They entered USD 3,049 million during the eighth month of the year and, thus, so far in 2021 it would already be exceeded by USD10 billion to the total of foreign…

Depressed farm values in Argentina offer an opportunity: why it is a great time to buy farmland

Land values have depreciated sharply during 2020 and everything indicates that the decline will continue in the coming months of 2021. Areas and aspects to consider In tune with a year-end dominated by falling prices of farmland that started some years earlier with the re-election of the Peronist Party dominated by ex-president Christine Kirchner. To make matters worse, the real estate companies in the market state the ever-changing rules that the Government applies does nothing more than block or delay operations…

Argentina: is heading to a historical record of beef exports in 2020

Argentine beef exports could close 2020 with a historical record close to one million tons. Last year 844,900 tonnes of bone-in beef were sold, which was a record after 50 years. This was estimated by the livestock consultant Víctor Tonelli after analyzing the performance of exports in the first seven months of the year and projecting the end of 2020. Argentina is the fifth largest exporter in the world after Brazil, the United States, India and Australia. With a million tons it would maintain the same place…

Argentina: A seemingly unending line of trucks in the ports due to a record harvest

It is proving to be a record harvest which should be around the 140 million tons of grains, a rise of 24% compared to the past agricultural cycle affected by a drought, and thus a barrage of trucks to the ports of the Rosario, which is the largest agro-industrial port and exporter of grains and by-products has begun. According to official estimates, these exports should contribute more than USD 25 billion to the economy. In addition, it is estimated that this increase in production will represent a positive…

Argentina: Record-breaking wheat exports to Brazil

Argentina exported to Brazil 5,910,000 tonnes of wheat suitable for bread, which meant the volume of shipments to that country is the highest of the last 12 years and represented an income of USD 1,306 Billion, as revealed by the Secretariat of Government of agribusiness, through the undersecretary of agricultural markets. This record figure, according to the Indec data, was only exceeded in 2006, when 6.1 million tonnes were exported to Brazil. In the period 2016-18, meanwhile, the deliveries of wheat to…

Argentina limits farmland foreign ownership

Argentina has joined a handful of other big farming nations such as Brazil that have taken steps to limit foreign ownership of what their governments consider precious resources: farmland. Argentina is blessed with vast tracks of arable land that have allowed the South American nation to become the top global exporter of soy meal and soy oil, No. 2 in corn, and third in soybean exports. The abundance of land coupled with high prices for farm products has fueled a buying spree by the U.S., Chinese and Saudi…
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