No you are a foreign tourist who spends money earned abroad in Argentina."citygirl" said:Grandada - I seriously don't understand your response. Is this a language issue?
You said something about me being here 3x on holiday.
I pointed out that your assumption was incorrect & that my visits weren't "holidays." In fact, they were work-related, I was doing due-diligence & trial runs for the business.
And your response was "That's what I said"?
What is it exactly that you think you said? B/C your statement was incorrect & I was pointing that out.
Is there a logic that I'm missing or do you just post whatever is in your head regardless of its relevence or connection to an earlier post?
(Oh & just to clarify - I probably will be in the states for part of '08 - it's that pesky business thing again! And then I'll be back here. It's the nature of the business. Does that make me not a "real expat"? )
And you would make more money doing the same job or having the same business then it let´s say London?"auntieapple" said:Quote Granada:
"There is absolutely no business reason to invest in Argentina over the USA and doing business in Argentina as a foreigner is like doing volunteer work, the only reason it´s serves is to make you feel good."
while there may be a grain of truth in that........................it all depends what one has to offer and how good you are!