Buenos Aires-Colonia Bridge Could Move Forward With Chinese Loans

[soliloquy id=”20407″] Hundreds of Argentine and Chinese executives and trade representatives met this month during the Argentina-China Business Forum 2014 which coincided with the visit of Chinese president Xi Jinping. The delegation of 180 Chinese businessmen arrived this month with Peking’s authorization to invest US$1 billion in Argentina, and a total of 28 bilateral agreements were signed worth US$1.5 billion, …

Uruguay Olive Farm With Over 5,000 Trees Producing Award-Winning Oils

This is a unique turnkey opportunity to own a Uruguay olive farm with two homes and complete farm facilities near the town of Minas in the Department of Lavalleja. The 44-hectare (108-acre) farm is located in one of Uruguay’s best regions for olive production given the native soil quality, the rolling terrain of the Lavalleja sierras and outstanding water resources. In fact, …

Uruguay Ready To Open Bid Process For Rocha Deep Water Port Project

[soliloquy id=”20390″] Uruguay president Jose Mujica only has seven months remaining in office, and there’s one major logistics priority his administration intends to launch before his March 2015 departure: The Deep Water Port in Rocha. The new Puerto de Aguas Profundas will be the largest infrastructure project in the country’s history, and the executive branch is preparing to open the bid process …

Q: Who Wants To Sell A Buenos Aires Property For Pesos? A: Nadie.

[soliloquy id=”20373″] The two-year plus attempt to convince Buenos Aires real estate buyers and sellers to broker deals in pesos was an epic fail judging by the number of Capital Federal properties listed today in pesos versus dollars. The Pesofication Of the Real Estate Market Failed is the headline of Alfredo Sainz’ analysis in La Nacion which traces the origin of …

Buenos Aires Ranks #3 For Visitor Spending In Latin America

[soliloquy id=”20311″] International visitors in the City of Buenos Aires spend US$2.2 billion annually according to a new analysis of international arrivals and visitors spending in the world’s 132 most important destination cities. The new edition of the MasterCard Global Destination Cities Index estimates Buenos Aires will welcome 2.1 million international arrivals this year who will spend a total of …