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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, April 27th, 2013

The PA Has A Trade Agreement with MercoSur

PA signs free trade agreement with Mercosur

Published Wednesday 21/12/2011 (updated) 26/12/2011 16:55

MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (Ma’an) — The Palestinian Authority signed a free trade agreement on Tuesday with South American trading bloc Mercosur.

Okay, this is old news I dug up, but it shows an attitude that South America has with the Palestinians. It is an official pro-Palestinian attitude that you would not see in the United States.

Mercosur is a South American trading bloc with includes Argentina, Brazil Paraguay, Uruguay, and Venuezuela.

Friday, August 17th, 2012

Dancing Away in Paraguay

Paraguay.

Arabic dancing is all over Latin America. It is considered an ethnic art form, even to be taught to children; not necessarily a erotic side show.

It has gone quite mainstream; and non-Arabs now join in.

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