Elle Italia: Uruguay Is The New VIP Paradise

Patrick Archer culture, foreign investment, hotels & casinos, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, uruguay

The new issue of Elle Italia features Nambian supermodel Behati Prinsloo on the cover, but the magazine’s most awe-inspiring beauty flows from the pen of travel writer Annalisa Testa. Uruguay: Il Nuovo Paradiso del VIP (Uruguay The New VIP Paradise) is the title of Testa’s homage which extends the usual VIP playground narrative beyond the city limits of Punta del Este …

Paz E Sossego: Montevideo An Emerging Refuge For Brazilians

Patrick Archer aruba, foreign investment, hotels & casinos, real estate, tourism, uruguay

This today, according to Parana Online’s Marcio Barros who pens a detailed analysis of Montevideo’s allure for a growing number of tourism and business-minded Brazilians. “Montevideo is a charming city with an ideal tranquility for those who are searching for some peace and quiet. Located in the southern part of the country, the Uruguay capital is the Latin American city …

HDI: Argentina, Uruguay Receive High Scores for Living Standards

Patrick Archer global rankings, lifestyle, uruguay

The United Nations Human Development Report 2011 is out this week, and our two favorite countries received very high marks when it comes to various measures of life expectancy, education and per capita income. Of the 187 countries surveyed, Argentina and Uruguay ranked 45th and 48th, respectively on the Human Development Index (HDI). Of the 20 countries in Latin America, Argentina ranked …

Doug Casey: Argentina, Uruguay, Chile are “The Places to Be in South America”

Patrick Archer foreign investment, global rankings, lifestyle, real estate, tourism, uruguay, visionaries

International Speculator sits down with global investor Doug Casey for a candid assessment of the global real estate market status quo and prospects for future growth and appreciation. The U.S. is definitely not high on Casey’s list, where he predicts the average American’s standard of living “will drop significantly” in the coming years…if it hasn’t already. And while he has …