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 December 08, 2015

[soliloquy id=”21320″] The Argentina Investment Report for December 08, 2015 By Patrick Archer – @InvestBA The Argentina Investment Report is a weekly snapshot of headlines regarding the country’s changing economic landscape; as well as the challenges, risks and opportunities awaiting foreign investors in Argentina.  Fiat Chrysler will invest US$650 million in its Córdoba plant to produce a new model that will be exported to …

The Argentina Investment Report for December 01, 2015

[soliloquy id=”21295″] By Patrick Archer – @InvestBA The Argentina Investment Report for December 01, 2015 The Argentina Investment Report is a weekly snapshot of headlines regarding the country’s changing economic outlook; as well as the challenges, risks and opportunities awaiting foreign investors in Argentina.  “The First Signs of Confidence” – Clarín op-ed by Dante Sica, former national secretary of industry and mining, who says “generating …

Argentina Farmland Prices Fall For Third Consecutive Year

[soliloquy id=”21188″] Recent Declines Follow Decade of Gains After a decade of rising land prices from 2002 to 2012, Argentina farmland prices have fallen for the third consecutive year, according to a new report from the Argentine Chamber of Rural Real Estate (CAIR). The new average rural land price data was presented by CAIR President Cristian Belaustegui at an industry event meant to summarize …