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Where to Retire in Latin America? 6 Countries to Consider

If you are planning to move abroad when your career comes to an end and are considering where to retire in Latin America, a recent study has identified six Latin American countries as being among the world’s top 10 retirement destinations. According to the 2022 Annual Global Retirement Index, published by International Living, Panama, Costa …

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Nearshoring: IDB Funding Company Relocations to LatAm

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is offering to cover the costs of companies moving operations from Asia to Latin America – a trend known as “nearshoring” that has become increasingly popular over recent years. With operating costs in China rising, a growing number of companies have been seeking to relocate to Latin America to be …

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Quito has the cheapeast property prices among 14 cities that appeared in a survey of Latin America real estate prices

Quito is Cheapest Major City for Latin America Real Estate

One of the cheapest major cities for Latin America real estate is Quito, according to a recent study, with the average price per square meter in the Ecuadorian capital just $1,225.  The study included 14 major cities from nine countries around the region, with Colombia’s capital Bogota coming out as the second-cheapest thanks to average …

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Honduras Challenging ‘Big 5’ of Coffee Producing Countries

Increased Honduras coffee harvests over recent years have led the Central American nation to challenge the established ‘big five’ of coffee producing countries, made up of Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia, Indonesia, and Ethiopia. Brazil stands head and shoulders ahead of all other producers, generating an average of more than 73 million sacks of coffee per year …

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