High Flyin’ 747: Uruguay Posts Record Commodity Exports

Patrick Archer agribusiness, competitiveness, uruguay

Uruguay continued its blistering pace of export growth in October with everything from soy to beef to lumber posting solid gains, according to the country’s leading trade promotion agency. The monthly trade report from Uruguay XXI shows Uruguay exports rose 8.5% in October compared to the previous year. In total, Uruguay shipped US$747 million worth of beef, crops, timber and …

Why Invest In Uruguay? Foreigners Offer 2.775 Billion Reasons

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

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Uruguay has surged fourteen times over the past decade, and Uruguay FDI as a percentage of GDP is one of the three highest rates in Latin America. The new numbers released by Uruguay XXI show FDI in Uruguay has risen from a mere US$194 million in 2002 to three consecutive years of inflows exceeding US$2 …

Uruguay’s Double-Digit Export Growth Fueled By Crop Diversity

Patrick Archer agribusiness, aruba, real estate, uruguay

Having a stable, transparent market with easily identifiable property values is a tremendous advantage for foreign investors in terms of site selection, and Uruguay’s soil and water conditions are ideal for production. But once the grains are harvested or the beef is boxed, what is the potential for exporting those goods abroad? The answer for Uruguay is “double-digit growth” based …

24 International Developers Want to Build New Punta del Este Convention Center

Patrick Archer aruba, foreign investment, real estate, tourism, uruguay

Commercial developers interested in building and managing the planned Punta del Este Convention Center had until last week to submit letters of interest, and no fewer than 24 submitted proposals to Uruguay’s National Development Corporation. The Punta del Este Convention Center will be a seven-building complex built on a 12 acre parcel north of town next to the El Jaguel …