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“Investing in land in Paraguay is very profitable due to the production levels and the potential for further price increases”

Paraguay is and will continue to be very attractive for investment because it has many opportunities, growth potential and a favourable country framework. Those who buy land in Paraguay today will not only be profitable for what they produce, but also for land that still has significant potential for price increases, said Rodrigo Artagaveytia, director of Everdem. He also mentioned that the business of buying and selling land is having a rebound at the beginning of this year. What is the current state of the…

Paraguay BCP: Soya exports tripled at the start of 2019

The Paraguayan economy began in 2019 with different nuances in its foreign trade components. Although soybean (the main export product) had an important jump, it was not enough for global sales to have a greater dynamism. Shipments of soybeans to international markets grew 262.7% in the past month, compared to figures obtained in January 2018, and totaled USD 169.2 million. However, exports as a whole rose by only 2% and totaled USD 997.9 million, reported the Central Bank of Paraguay (BCP) in its report on…

Paraguay is among the best countries to do business in 2019 in the region?

According to Forbes, since 2014, Paraguay’s economy grew at an average rate of 4%, due to strong production and high global prices, while other countries in the region have contracted Chile and Uruguay are still the best countries in South America to do business in 2019, according to a ranking published by the US magazine Forbes. While Paraguay is ranked 5 among the best, according to the table. Thus, over a total of 161 countries analyzed by Forbes on the business possibilities in 2019, Uruguay ranks…

Paraguay plans to become world’s 5th -largest beef exporter by 2018

One of Paraguay priorities is to make the country the world’s fifth exporter of beef by 2018, according to Industry and Trade minister Gustavo Leite. The landlocked member of Mercosur currently holds the eighth position. ”But we also want Paraguay to become the world’s third per capita consumer of beef (behind Uruguay and Argentina), because let’s not forget that Paraguayans love to eat beef and love their barbecue”, added Leite. The minister revealed that the plan is based on incorporation…
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