Tag Archives: Latin America

The Game Changers in Transforming Miami

On February 25, 2015, Suzanne Amaducci-Adams moderated the first event in the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce’s three-part series, Transforming Miami: The Game Changers Series. With intimate knowledge of Bilzin Sumberg’s work on the projects of the featured speakers, Suzanne guided a discussion that covered issues concerning Miami’s growth, infrastructure needs, current real-estate development trends … Continue Reading

Insights from the Americas Lodging Investment Summit conference

Guest blog post written by Max Comess, Director, HFF Hotel Group. In January, our team attended the Americas Lodging Investment Summit (ALIS) conference, one of the largest hotel investment conferences in the world, at the JW Marriott hotel in downtown Los Angeles. A reported 2,800 people registered for this year’s conference, just a fraction of the overall … Continue Reading

2015 Economic Outlook. Blue Skies Ahead.

Renowned economist Hugh F. Kelly (PhD, CRE), Clinical Professor in New York University’s Schack Institute of Real Estate and the 2014 national Chairman of The Counselors of Real Estate, led a discussion at a CREW-Miami luncheon regarding issues affecting the commercial real estate market in 2015 and gave his annual economic predictions. Some of the … Continue Reading

Globalize Miami Series: PortMiami and its Significance to Miami’s Growth

In the weeks ahead, our New Miami Blog will present a series that asks how Miami can become the nation’s premier center for education, innovation and entrepreneurship in global trade. We will invite PortMiami leadership as well as community leaders in logistics, trade organizations, shipping, real estate, education, finance and technology to share their insights and … Continue Reading

Growing Salaries for South Florida’s High-Tech Workers

South Florida’s burgeoning tech-startup scene has helped catapult the region into one of the nation’s fastest growing high-tech hubs, luring not just innovative entrepreneurs, but all manner of high-tech workers hoping to capitalize on the next big idea as well. The high-tech workers heading to South Florida will be happy to know that this growth … Continue Reading

Miami’s Entrepreneurial Landscape Evolves

Guest blog post written by Seth Werner, Chairman/CEO Harbour Real Estate Corporation. In 2013, Miami raked in about $300 million in venture capital, a staggering jump from previous years. While Miami has always had its fair share of entrepreneurial activity, historically it has had issues with keeping many startups. That’s quickly changing. Contributing to the … Continue Reading

Foreign Investors Still Stimulating Miami’s Real Estate Boom

Miami, once the poster child for the recent housing bubble and subsequent crash, now has the strongest housing market in the U.S. and is one of the exclusive high-end real estate “export” economies in the world. This remarkable transformation is due largely to the huge influx of foreign cash, according to a recent Miami Downtown … Continue Reading

Miami Beach — New Hotbed For Boutique Hotel Deals

No longer are the major hotel flags of the world the only ones taking their talents to South Beach. Boutique hotels are becoming the focus of the Miami hospitality market at a time when investors are pouring millions into Miami real estate. The small boutique hotels that line Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive in Miami … Continue Reading

Tax Planning for U.S. Companies with Latin American Operations

Pass-through structures Many South Florida-based companies conduct business operations throughout Latin America. Typically, these operations are conducted though wholly-owned foreign subsidiaries. With the corporate tax rates in these jurisdictions approaching the highest U.S. federal income tax rates (for example, the corporate income tax rate is 35% in Argentina, 34% in Brazil, and 30% in Mexico), many … Continue Reading

InterContinental Miami Hotel: Evolving Alongside Miami as it Comes-of-Age as a World Class City

This is a guest post by Robert Hill, General Manager of the InterContinental Miami, one of the city’s longest standing hotels in the heart of its urban core. With ties to international trade and commerce, increased sophistication, entertainment and culinary excellence, and its renewal as a domestic and international tourist destination, Miami’s hospitality market is … Continue Reading

Unique Provisions in New U.S.-Chile Income Tax Treaty Should Lead to Increased Inbound Investment Once in Effect

Income Tax Treaty Only Third Signed with Latin American Jurisdiction Since the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement came into force in 2004, bilateral trade between these two countries has more than doubled. In fact, according to the Chilean Foreign Investment Committee, the United States is Chile’s second largest goods trading partner overall, and the largest foreign investor in … Continue Reading
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