This is a beautiful time to visit Mendoza – other harvest begins and its festivities become a national and global attraction. Let’s not forget that Mendoza is the 8th largest wine capital in the world.Leer Más "Opinions at the beginning of the year"
Torre Thays is in an ideal location, in front of the Parque General San Martín, beautiful and designed by Carlos Thays, the great transformer of the modern Mendoza that inspires the name of our building. With the Andes Mountains in the background and the city around, pleasure is felt with all the senses.Leer Más "Torre Thays"
According to the National Geographic Magazine, Mendoza is one of the world’s top 50 travel destinations and stands among the top three in South America. The same publication also ranks Mendoza’s Harvest Festival as the second among the world’s most important harvest festivals. In addition, Mendoza is one of the 10 Great Wine Capitals of the world.Leer Más "Tourism industry"
In mid-2018 the construction will begin for the first large solar park in Mendoza. It will be located in Agrelo, Lujan de Cuyo in a 200-hectare area, and will feature nearly 180 thousand panels. It is estimated to produce the same amount of energy as the dam in Potrerillos and at different stages, it will employ more than 400 people, and constitute a US$100 million investment.Leer Más "200 Hectares of Solar Energy"
Godoy Cruz, a pioneer, and protagonist in the care of the environment, participated in the United Nations Conference on Climate Change, COP 23 in the Bonn, Germany.Leer Más "Godoy Cruz participated in the Conference on Climate Change in Germany"
In order to advance the project of Mendoza Logistics, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) held a workshop with public officials and private actors to analyze and understand in detail the scope of the logistics regarding the Mendoza initiative and the benefits they generate for the whole region and start defining the strategic plan and program funding.Leer Más "Mendoza: Towards a Comprehensive Regional Development Plan"
Argentina and Mendoza, in particular, will have a great future for their people as it will return to being a first world nation, which can be achieved in 8 to 12 years.Leer Más "Opinion: Enrique Pescarmona"