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From the Heart of South America to the World

|   By Miguel Benítez   | Little by little, Paraguay is pulling back its veil of mystery, enacting open-door polices that are attracting large international companies of all kinds, as well as a myriad of foreign investors. In just two years, Paraguay’s government has issued sovereign bonds for $1.78 billion, mainly to stimulate needed infrastructure development, while developing a legal framework for new financial policies with its Law of Public-Private Alliances (APP) and Law 5.074. “In 2014 annual public investment by the Ministry of Public Works (MOPC) increased to $426 million, and in 2015 we want to raise it […]
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