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Gustavo Grobocopatel: “Argentina is a fabulous place to invest in farming”

Gustavo Grobocopatel used to be known as “Argentinean King of the Soybean”. The business of this farmer born at Carlos Casares, a little town in the heart of the Las Pampas, had a fast and incredible growing period during the middle of the ’90s and during the first decade of the 21st century. “Los Grobo”, the name that popularized the company, developed a business model based in renting the land, running the crops, supply inputs to farmers, and storage and commercialize the…

Jim Rogers: Agriculture in my view is one of the best places to be in the Next 30 Years

Agriculture in my view is one of the best places to be in the Next 30 Years , I mean all these people getting MBAs are making (imperative?) mistake , they should get farming degrees …agriculture has been a disaster for the last thirty years , I think that the agricultural products are going to be one of the best investments over the next several years I think farming , agriculture is going to be one of the best industries in the world as i said all the people that have gotten MBBs have made a mistake…

South American nations are drafting laws to limit foreign ownership of agricultural land

The nations of Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay have united to draft laws to limit acquisition by foreigners of extensive tracts of their fertile agricultural land. Despite slight differences between them, the proposed measures are generally fairly mild. None of these three member countries of the Southern Common Market (Mercosur) – the other member is Paraguay – proposes to ban land sales to private or public foreign capital, nor to regulate land use, nor to repossess land that has already been sold.…

Fiat invests usd 100 million in agriculture machinery for Argentina

The Italian automaker Fiat will invest 100 million U.S. dollars in Argentina to produce agriculture machinery, the Argentine Industry Ministry and Fiat said on Tuesday. Through its local subsidiary Case New Holland (CNH) Fiat will start the local production and assembly of a small tractor, large capacity harvesters and the Fiat Powertrain Technologies (FPT) engines needed for these agricultural machinery. “Eighty percent of the investment will be used to produce tractors and harvesters, which at the beginning…
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