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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…

Thinking of Investing in Paraguay. This is what you need to know.

Reforms/regulatory network Industry expert Case study Introduction Having suffered from a liquidity crisis in 1995, Paraguay is going to great lengths to ensure it’s seen as an ample investment opportunity. A host of financial reforms as well as thriving economic circumstances are just part of Paraguay’s attempt to demonstrate huge potential for growth and investment. Invest in Paraguay Paraguay’s banking and financial services industry has recovered well from the 1995 liquidity crisis, when news of pockets…

Paraguayan Chaco: the next frontier in global institutional agricultural investment

image of La Soya en el Chaco
“If you have not explored the institutional opportunity set in Paraguayan agriculture already, you should,” is no longer a bold statement. Paraguay, often mistaken as a province of much smaller Uruguay, is nestled, erstwhile swallowed, between the two agricultural giants Brazil and Argentina. It has been a consistent beacon of macro and regulatory stability in a broader region marked by political swings-and-roundabouts. Importantly, as further distinctions from its neighbors and most contemporary global…

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.…

Why are Brazilian Businesses and Investors Flocking to Paraguay?

Paraguay is now competing with regional powers for an increasing cut of the region’s foreign direct investment. Thanks to prudent fiscal policymaking, landlocked Paraguay pulled through troubled times when its major trade partners, Brazil and Argentina, were hit by the 2008 global financial crisis. The country has experienced positive economic growth since the arrival of now ex-President Horacio Cartes in office. Though still operating in the shadows of bigger players in the region, such as Brazil, Mexico,…

Hidden potential: why wealth firms are popping up in Paraguay

Paraguay atrae inversiones desde Uruguay
For a long time, ‘What’s the point?’ was reason enough to give up on a plan to open a wealth management firm in Paraguay. That’s not the case anymore. That market, shunned until now, has become an attractive destination for regional wealth management firms, given its fast growth rates in the past decade, as well as its business- and investment-friendly laws. Against this backdrop, interest in the South American country has become evident. This year, Uruguayan firm Atlantis Global Investors opened its…

☀ Paraguay economy grows at 13.5% under President Cartes leadership reducing corruption and encouraging foreign investment

The Economist has dedicated an article to the recently inaugurated Paraguayan president Horacio Cartes, and his attempts to improve the living conditions of the majority of a population which is poor in a country rich in agriculture and energy. Paraguay’s President Horacio Cartes plays his cards and is nobody’s puppet The Economist has dedicated an article to the recently inaugurated Paraguayan president Horacio Cartes, and his attempts to improve the living conditions of the majority of a…
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