Argentina: The Time for Business Opportunities is Here
Once again, Argentina has become an appealing arena for foreign investors, and Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal is ready to help its clients turn opportunities into real business. An ambitious plan to strengthen the domestic sources of growth was launched in 2016, and a series of measures have been implemented to create an appropriate environment for future investments.
In the last twenty years, the agri-food industry in Argentina underwent a profound technological and organizational transformation. New production systems, along with the implementation of biotechnology, the use of agrochemicals and fertilizers, and privileged natural...read more
Argentina is one of the most innovative tech hubs of Latin America and hometown to several of the pan-regional “unicorns”. However, it lacked until now an adequate legal framework to fund startups through venture capital, crowdfunding platforms or seed capital. The...read more
Our first installment highlighted the limitations and restrictions of the Rural Lands Law (“RLL” or “Rural Lands Law”) on the foreign ownership of rural lands in Argentina (see #1 - Argentina: Restrictions on Rural Lands by Foreigners). Enacted in December 2011,...read more
With the enactment of the Law of Entrepreuners, Marta Cruz, president of the Argentine Association of Private, Entrepreneur and Seed Capital, (ARCAP after its Spanish acronym), shares her views about the investment opportunities that these innovations in the...read more
On March 29, the Senate passed the Law of Entrepreuners, that intends to promote entrepreneurial activity and develop entrepreneurial capital, promoting investment through the creation of a crowdfunding system and a new corporate type named Simplified Corporations...read more
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