The Economist Names Uruguay “Country Of The Year”

Patrick Archer competitiveness, culture, global rankings, lifestyle, uruguay, visionaries

It’s been a wonderful year of triumphs and international accolades for tiny Uruguay. From the most transparent to the least corrupt to the cultural capital and best quality of life in Latin America, it would be hard to top the superlatives bestowed upon the ROU in 2013. Now the editorial board of The Economist is naming Uruguay its “Country of the …

InvestBA Presents The 10 Most Read Real Estate Stories Of 2012

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From barrios to beaches, luxury to livability and farmland to failed airlines, InvestBA presents the Top 10 Most Read Real Estate Stories in 2012. For more information about Argentina and Uruguay real estate, simply complete the form below. [gravityform id=25 name=Contact title=false description=false]

Montevideo Ranks #1 For Quality of Life in South America

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Mercer has released the results of their annual Quality of Living survey, and both Montevideo and Buenos Aires find themselves in a familiar place…at the top. The Mercer 2012 Quality of Living Worldwide City Rankings survey 221 global cities using New York as the base city for comparisons. Factors such as internal stability, law enforcement effectiveness, crime levels, medical facilities, infrastructure, public …

The Most Livable Cities in Latin America: #3 Montevideo

Patrick Archer arts & entertainment, aruba, competitiveness, culture, global rankings, hotels & casinos, lifestyle, tourism, uruguay

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) is out with their annual ranking of the world’s most livable cities and InvestBA favorite Montevideo is the number three metro in Latin America in terms of quality living conditions. Montevideo’s score of 79.1 places it right behind the other two most livable cities in Latin America, Buenos Aires (83.6) and Santiago (80.7). According to EIU, metros …