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Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

Brazil Hair Products in Arab Countries


Posted on YouTube: May 16, 2017

Brazilian product being sold in the Mideast.

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

Paraguay says can be launch pad for Israeli technology in Latin America

Paraguay says can be launch pad for Israeli technology in Latin America

Jerusalem Post
By SHARON UDASIN
10/27/2013 18:18

Originally from Oct 27, 2013

Paraguay, with its politically and economically stable environment, could be an ideal springboard for Israeli technologies in Latin America, a minister from the country told The Jerusalem Post in an interview last week.

Paraguayan Trade and Investment Minister Gustavo Leite spoke with the Post on the sidelines of the Water Technology and Environmental Control Exhibition and Conference in Tel Aviv on Tuesday about the plethora of trade opportunities available between Israel and the South American nation.

With a favorable tax system and a stable business environment, Paraguay could be the key to providing Israeli innovators with comfortable and reliable access to the broader Latin American markets, Leite stressed.

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Wow! Is that a change?!

A few years ago, they were saying Ciudad del Este was a terrorist haven (that was a bit exaggerated).

This is good news.

Saturday, May 18th, 2013

Chile plans to sell Water to Qatar

Controversy in Chile over plans to export melting glaciers to Qatar

Tuesday, 14 May 2013 19:15
Written by Jordan Greene

Chilean ambassador accuses foreign media of mischaracterizing government role in plans to export freshwater run-off from Patagonian ice field to Middle East.

A Middle Eastern newspaper caused a storm of controversy in Chile this week after publishing an article stating that Qatar would import water extracted from melting glaciers in Patagonia.

This story is beyond odd, with breaking reports and denials, then more breaking reports.

The odd thing is that Northern Chile’s Atacama desert is the driest place on earth with water shortages.

Why would a company export water to literally the opposite end of the planet when his own country needs it.

Chileans are furious about it. (Click this link to read another story about it)

It is not even clear how serious this venture was.

We have to keep an eye on it.

If it is true, Argentina (who owns the other half of Patagonia) will get into the act, and Argentina has more glaciers.

Wouldn’t it be cheaper for Qatar to build a desalinization plant?

But for that, they would have to call in Israeli expertise, not Chilean?

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