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Paraguay is looking for Investors

Paraguay is looking for Investors Introduction: Having suffered from a liquidity crisis back in the 90s, Paraguay has gone to great lengths to ensure it’s seen as an ample investment opportunity. A host of financial reforms and thriving economic circumstances are just a tiny part of the country’s attempt to demonstrate the enormous growth potential and encourage businesses to invest in Paraguay. Invest in Paraguay: Paraguay’s banking and financial services industry had recovered well from the last decade’s…

Paraguay’s grass-fed cattle market a strong growth opportunity

With the Brazilian cattle market hit by scandal, investors should look to its South American neighbor Paraguay for a resilient growth story. In the last ten years, Paraguay has doubled its beef exports to 380,000 metric tons carcass-weight equivalent and is now the world’s seventh largest beef exporter, and the second largest in South America behind Brazil. The South American country has consistently expanded production and export of grass-fed quality beef thanks to vast natural agricultural resources, conducive…

Why and How to Start a Business in Paraguay?

The landlocked country of Paraguay may not be the first place you consider when expanding your business internationally. However, this South American powerhouse is becoming a popular choice for savvy entrepreneurs looking to increase their brand presence in LATAM markets. Below, we take a closer look at just some of the reasons why you should consider making an investment in the territory. We also offer guidance on how to start a business and maximize returns on investment to become a key player in Paraguay.…

Paraguay’s soy boom: a blessing or a curse?

Paraguay’s is not often highlighted for its economic achievements. Yet after 20 years of stagnation at the end of the 20th century, the landlocked country has enjoyed almost a decade of economic growth, still one of  the fastest in Latin America. Driving this impressive expansion is a thriving agricultural sector, and its principal product: soybean. Taking advantage of recent rises international prices, spurred by demand from China and the purchase from EU countries to produce biodiesel, Paraguay is now…

The new farming frontier in South America

The new farming frontier in South America Commodity prices may be weaker but South American food producers still enjoy formidable comparative advantages. Foreign investors seeking to benefit from the enormous pick up in Chinese demand for agricultural commodities grown in Latin America have however had a fairly complicated time. A 2010 law limits direct foreign ownership of land in Brazil. Tax and foreign constraints also  limit the profitability of farming in Argentina and listed agribusiness stocks are few…
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