Foreign Investors, Rating Agencies Maintain Stable Outlook For Uruguay

Patrick Archer agribusiness, competitiveness, foreign investment, global rankings, real estate, uruguay

The countdown to Uruguay’s presidential election at the end of this month is expected to remain uneventful for financial markets and foreign investors. Unlike what transpired last month in Brazil where daily polls and projections had local stocks and the Bovespa soaring one day and plunging the next, the economic outlook for Uruguay is stable regardless of which candidate wins …

US Chamber of Commerce CEO: “The World Needs More Uruguay”

Patrick Archer agribusiness, competitiveness, foreign investment, real estate, uruguay, us companies, visionaries

Those were the powerful words of U.S. Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Thomas J. Donohue in his formal introduction of Uruguay President Jose Mujica earlier today in Washington.  Before U.S. Businessmen, Mujica Sold Uruguay As A Country To Live and Invest is how the local papers are summarizing the president’s 36-minute presentation this morning at the U.S. Chamber. But …

More North Americans, Europeans Investing in Uruguay Farmland

Patrick Archer agribusiness, foreign investment, real estate, uruguay

The sale of farms is on the rise in Uruguay, and a new wave of investors primarily from the US and Europe are doing the buying, according to a new report in El Pai­s. Pablo Beson describes the buyer profile as individual investors drawn to agribusiness investments in Uruguay as a safe harbor for their money, a stable investment alternative …