- Uruguay has a highly educated workforce
- Uruguay has long standing traditions of democracy and legal and social stability and a solid financial and legal framework that is attractive to foreign investors looking for business ventures in the region.
- Official and most used language is Spanish. English is the foreign language most used by the business community. Literacy rate is high and nearly all population has access to education, health services, potable water, telephony and electricity
- Primary and Secondary education are compulsory and, as well as higher levels of education, free of charge. Uruguayan educational system is divided among Secondary school, Technical schools and Universities, all of them combined with a wide range of private schools at those educational levels.