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Boomers Marketing Solutions and Boomers Abroad Online Community wishes you and your families a happy, healthy and prosperous 2012. The Global Heritage Fund has named 2012 The Year of the Maya. At Boomers Abroad we have increased our strategic partnership program and we have aligned ourselves with top companies and experts. As you know, 10,000 baby boomers are turning 65 every day so we will be introducing new topics throughout the year. We will be talking about self improvement, realtionships, dating, fitness, yoga, healing, food, nutrition, health, alternative medicine, aging, alternative Investments, personal finance, self sustained communities, thinking Green, travel, medical tourism, volunteering, etc. At Boomers Abroad we want to hear from You. Please keep sharing your experiences and adventures abroad with us! Remember that Members can create their own profiles, join groups of those who share their same particular interests, create their own groups, make friends, upload photos and videos, post blogs, make questions, answer questions, etc. Our goal is to provide an open platform of information and Collaboration through our online community and social network. We thank you very much for your interest and participation! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2012 is shaping up to be a super year. Here are some news: According to a Reuters analysis, Latin America business climate is king again. In 2011, more than 167.3 million national tourists traveled through Mexico, a four percent increase compared to 2010, informed the Ministry of Tourism (SECTUR). In 2012, Mexico could attract close to 19 billion dollars in FDI, practically the same amount as in 2010,according to estimates by the Bank of Mexico (Banxico). Mexico will grow by four percent in 2012, a similar development to 2011, of approximately 4.1%, according to projections by the Center for Economic Studies for the Private Sector (CEESP). Mexico placed two billion dollar debt in 10-year global bonds The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP) informed that the government placed a debt emission for two billion dollars through 10-year bonds and that it will pay the lowest interest in history of its kind (3.71%). Brazil’s government sold $1.7 billion of dollar-denominated bonds last year, including $550 million of notes due in 2021 and $1.1 billion maturing in 2041. Standard & Poor’s raised Brazil’s credit rating one level to BBB, the second-lowest investment grade, in November. South America had the strongest tourist arrivals expansion in 2011, says UNWTO. International tourist arrivals grew by over 4% in 2011 to 980 million, according to the latest UN World Tourism Organization World Tourism Barometer. According to the World Bank’s Global Economic Prospects 2012 released earlier this week, Panama’s growth rate will be 6.8 percent, Uruguay’s 5.7 percent and Chile’s 5 percent. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Boomers Abroad Online Community has enjoyed a partnership with Alternative Latin Investor for the past few years. They are the only magazine devoted exclusively to alternative investment opportunities in the Americas… Hedge funds, Private Equity, Philanthropy, Forex, Agribusiness, Renewable Energy, Commodities, Emerging Markets, Wealth Advisors, Ventures, Regulations and so much more. They have extending a special offer to us as a content partner that is valid only through January 21, 2012… Subscribe now and begin receiving the magazine that delivers timely information and your access to the world’s leading financial analysts, journalist and investors! Join the savvy investors in new business developments in The Americas who turn to Alternative Latin Investor for access to the best minds in investing and asset management, the analysts and decision makers other publications don’t cover…SUBSCRIBE NOW
Published Thursday, January 19, 2012 11:07 AM by Zinnia Q.


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