Latin America

4 Business Opportunities in Puerto Rico

Foreign investors are increasingly looking to Puerto Rico as an investment destination, thanks to a number of notable business opportunities and favorable conditions for market entry. A US territory since 1898, whose residents have been granted US citizenship at birth since 1917, Puerto Rico has seen an almost unbroken rise in gross domestic product (GDP) …

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5 LatAm Countries Expecting Strong Growth in 2021: ECLAC Report

A new special report from the UN’s Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) has highlighted strong growth projections for a number of countries in the region. That includes double-digit growth in Guyana and Panama, with the ECLAC report also pointing to solid showings in Chile, the Dominican Republic, and Peru, among others. …

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Santiago, the capital of Chile, whose economy is set to recover fastest in Latin America

Chile Economy Set for Fastest Recovery in LatAm: OECD

The Chile economy is set to be the first major economy in Latin America to return to pre-pandemic strength, with gross domestic product (GDP) per capita predicted to recover by the end of 2021. That is according to the latest forecasts from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) — an intergovernmental economic organization …

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Company Incorporation in Argentina: a How-to Guide

Company incorporation in Argentina is a popular choice among foreign investors seeking to enter the region, with the country boasting a large and diversified economy, and a highly educated population, including a well-established middle class and professional services sector.  For those who are seeking to develop a shorter-term or limited-scale operation in the country, hiring …

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