The Argentina Investment Report for April 20, 2016

[soliloquy id=”21457″] The Argentina Investment Report for April 20, 2016 By Patrick Archer BUENOS AIRES – Argentina tested the international debt waters on Monday and received offers over four times greater than the US$15 billion needed to settle with the holdouts. The news is summarized in an excellent analysis in today’s iProfesional by Mariano Jaimovich titled “The Fever for Argentine Bonds Encourages …

The Argentina Investment Report for April 5, 2016

[soliloquy id=”21441″] The Argentina Investment Report for April 5, 2016 By Patrick Archer MADRID – Only four years removed from Argentina’s expropriation of YPF under the Kirchner administration, Spanish companies are looking at Argentina with renewed optimism. This week executives from Abertis, BBVA, Gas Natural, Gestamp, Iberia, Mapfre, NH, and Santander traveled to Buenos Aires to participate in yesterday’s Argentina-Spain Business Forum at the Alvear …

The Argentina Investment Report for March 22, 2016

[soliloquy id=”21411″] The Argentina Investment Report for March 22, 2016 By Patrick Archer CINCINNATI – Proctor & Gamble (P&G) this week announced it will increase investment in Argentina and expand efforts to be a good corporate citizen through its clean water campaign. The new $50 million investment will allow P&G to expand capacity and incorporate the latest technology to its local product …

The Argentina Investment Report for March 15, 2016

[soliloquy id=”21393″] The Argentina Investment Report for March 15, 2016 By Patrick Archer  BUENOS AIRES – Argentina is expecting a wave of new renewable energy investment from US companies, according to a new report from Energía Limpia XXI which lists biomass, solar and wind energy among the most sought after projects. Despite investing US$1.8 billion in renewable energy over the last …

The Argentina Investment Report for January 28, 2016

[soliloquy id=”21340″] The Argentina Investment Report for January 28, 2016 By Patrick Archer  ATLANTA – Coca-Cola plans to invest US$1 billion in Argentina over the next four years on bottling and distribution infrastructure. The CEO of Coca-Cola, Muhtar Kent, announced the planned investment in a meeting with President Macri during the recent World Economic Forum in Davos. The world’s largest beverage company has …