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Mexico is located between the U.S. and Central America. It is best known for its Pacific and Gulf of Mexico beaches and its beautiful and diverse landscape of mountains, deserts and jungles. Mexico is currently the most populated Spanish-speaking country in the world. In addition, the government recognizes over 60 indigenous Amerindian languages. As one of the world’s largest economies, Mexico is listed among the ten most visited countries worldwide. Its distinct range of natural resources include petroleum, silver, gold, natural gas and timber.
Southeast Florida is one of the top travel destinations in the world. Because of its proximity to Latin America, South Florida serves as headquarters for Latin American operations to more than 1,000 multinational corporations. It also has the largest concentration of international banks in the United States. Its economic strengths include tourism, agriculture, construction and international trade. More than 40% of all U.S. exports to Latin America pass through South Florida.
The Washington metropolitan area, also sometimes referred to as the National Capital Region or the DMV (for DC, Maryland, Virginia), is the metropolitan area centered in Washington, D.C.
Families relocating to this part of the United States have access to some of the nation’s most important historical sites and museums, including
George Washington’s estate, Arlington Cemetery, and other educational and recreational sites.
Costa Rica is located in Central America and has lush rainforests and coastlines on the Caribbean and Pacific oceans. It’s known worldwide for its land conservation and for the production of bananas, pineapples and coffee. Its economy, once heavily dependent on agriculture, has diversified to include sectors such as finance, corporate services for foreign companies, pharmaceuticals and ecotourism. Many foreign companies (manufacturing and services) operate in Costa Rica’s free trade zones (FTZ) where they benefit from investment and tax incentives.
Panama is located on the isthmus linking Central and South America. It is mostly recognized for the Panama Canal, a famous feature of human engineering that cuts through the country’s center, linking the Atlantic and Pacific oceans to create an essential shipping route. Since 2010, Panama has been the second-most competitive economy in Latin America, according to the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Index. Panama offers a very diverse ecosystem as its jungles cover around 40% of land area, being home to an abundance of tropical plants and animals.
Argentina is the second largest country in South America with the third largest economy. The official language is Spanish; however, English is also spoken in the larger metropolitan cities. The country’s natural resources include fertile plains (also known as pampas) and minerals; including lead, copper, iron, oil and uranium. Several of the major industries are textiles, steel, agriculture and motor vehicles.
Brazil is the largest country in South America with a population of over 209 million people. The Brazilian agriculture,mining and manufacturing sectors are among the largest and most developed in Latin America. The official language is Portuguese and capital city is Brasilia. Two of the largest travel and relocation destinations are Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.
Chile is one of South America’s most stable and prosperous nations today. Its major industries include Mining (copper), Food (salmon) and Chemicals (oil, plastic). Spanish is the official language, although there are also quite a few indigenous languages spoken such as Aymara, Quechua, and Huilliche. The official currency is the Chilean Peso (CLP), but the UF (Unidad de Fomento) is used for various large purchases including rental agreements.
Colombia is located at the northwestern tip of South America and shares a border to the northwest with Panama, east with Venezuela and Brazil, and south with Ecuador and Peru. The country is full of vibrant culture and is increasing international economic attention. Bogotá is Colombia’s largest city and is home to many multinational companies and banks. Bogotá, Cali and Medellín have all seen a significant rise in the number of expats relocating to these main cities. Colombia is rich in natural resources, and its main exports include mineral fuels, oils, distillation products, fruit and other agricultural products.
Peru is located in western South America and is well known for its remarkable natural resources and biodiversity. It has habitats ranging from the arid plains of the Pacific coastal region to the peaks of the Andes Mountains, all the way to the tropical Amazon Basin rainforest in the east, along with the Amazon River. Peru’s main economic activities include mining, manufacturing, agriculture and fishing, making the country one of the region’s most prosperous economies.