Farmland in South America: Large corporates rule the roost
Paraguay hardly makes headlines. Neither has it made a name for itself as a tourist destination. Travelers tend to skip over it and head to nearby countries instead. This relative obscurity has attracted a certain brand of retirees and real estate investors. Those looking for “low prices, peaceable country, a healthy environment, and warm weather,” will be pleased said Michael Forrest, who works with Viviana Arriagada – owner of Propriedades MEGA SRL – to assist foreigners with acquiring property in the country.
Having seen its fair share of political strife and economic disdain, it’s not surprising that Paraguay only became a democratic country 21 years ago. Its predominantly young population is now focused on spearheading its strong independent exports
Surrounded by Bolivia to the northwest, Brazil to the east and northeast, and Argentina to the south and southwest, the Paraguay of the 21st century – a landlocked nation of 6.8 million inhabitants – has been shaped by more than 200 years of tense relationships with its neighbours.
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