No News Is Good News for Investors in Paraguay
There are many legitimate reasons why investors stay out of South America. The region has a well-earned reputation for political instability, violence, and hostility to foreign business.
Yet, all countries are not made equal. Landlocked Paraguay, tucked between two giants, Brazil and Argentina, is the outlier you've never heard of—and that's a good thing, says David P. Smith, a representative of Paraguay AG Invest.
With 20 years of experience in agricultural and residential real estate, he lays out how to separate the wheat from the chaff in Paraguay and other less publicized locations. He finds optimism in the mix of fiscal responsibility, stable economic growth, low costs, and fertile soil.
- Visit Paraguay AG Invest's website and follow it on Facebook.
- Watch this video on the orange plantation in La Colmena, Paraguay.
- See Paraguay's country profile at the World Bank and the Economist.
- Learn more about Paraguay's economic freedom and ease of doing business.
- "Latin America Gets Failing Grade in Economic Freedom," Antigua Report.
- "Exceptionalism Rules in Paraguay," Financial Times.
- "Paraguay’s New President Recalls an Old Dictatorship," The Conversation.
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