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This week a group of Mexican entrepreneurs and business owners from the Mexican Business Coordinating Council (CCE) and the National Agricultural Council (CAN) met with several Argentine business associations in Buenos Aires in a renewed effort to strengthen the economic …

The government recently launched a platform to help promote the development of businesses among entrepreneurs and the already existing 150,000 PyMES (small and medium sized enterprises) in the city. This new, easily accessible Map of Commercial Opportunities, gathers and …

A step in the right direction?

This week, after President Mauricio Macri’s trip to New York City, Amazon has come out as one of the interested parties in investments in Argentina. Though it’d be a stretch to get Amazon Prime …

Show me the money!

The Macri administration hopes an ambitious schedule of public work tenders will bring up to US $26 billion in foreign investments in the next five years through public-private partnerships (PPPs). These investments would be part of …

Argentina just broke its record of approved visas to the US, topping at 350,000.

The previous record was from 2016, with 319,000. Argentina is ranked seventh in the world of number of visas processed, after places like China, Mexico, India, …

TransferWise, a software that makes it easy to transfer money internationally with a smartphone app, is coming to Argentina later this year. Once it does, however, it will only be possible for people in Argentina to receive money that was …

Our dear Havanna has partnered with the US True Brands Company to launch its dulce de leche goodness into the homes of (North) Americans. Over the next ten years, Havanna expects to open 80 locations with its home base now …