Bolivian companies seek to grow in Paraguay

The neighboring country seduces foreign capital with legal certainty and a low tax burden. A delegation of Bolivian companies is seeking to internationalize and do business on Guarani soil, attracted by advantages and investment climate.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Aware of its inhospitable landscapes, the writer Augusto Roa Bastos described his native Paraguay as "an island surrounded by land" due to its isolation throughout its history.

Today, this peculiar "island," once rural and far from development, is building bridges and opening roads to foreign investment.

The equation is simple; it seeks to move forward and consolidate itself as the economic center of South America. And this is not a cliché.

Its regulations . . .

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