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Update: President Mauricio Macri confirmed on Monday night that Argentina will go back to exporting beef to the US. “Great news!! Argentina goes back to exporting beef to the US after a 17-year-long absence in the market,” reads the first …

With skyrocketing inflation and a shaky peso, Argentina’s economy is headed toward an almost inevitable recession. Now, in the midst of the crisis, the prices of many items in the country remain uncertain, with a number of products popular

After two weeks of negotiations between Argentina and Japan, Santa Fe factory San Ignacio will officially be sending its first shipment of dulce de leche to Japan. The move comes soon after the country’s first ever export of beef to

While Argentine beef is world famous, in the last decade or so government policies instituted by the successive Kirchner administrations— such as quotas on exports and other trade obstacles—have led to a drop-off in beef exports. In 2005, for example, …

Recently appointed Minister of Production Dante Sica declared the emphasis had to be put on exportation for the country to grow and to surpass the economic crisis it’s currently experiencing. According to him, in order to use wisely the

Argentina and the United States have agreed to terms for the resumption of US pork exports to the Argentina for the first time since 1992, but the province of La Pampa has already refused to play ball.

Following an understanding …

Agricultural losses due to this summer’s drought could shave 0.5% from the GDP and reduce the value of exports by US$3.3 billion, according to estimates released today by the Buenos Aires Grain Exchange.

The report studies the reduced production of …

The Argentine Industrial Union (UIA) and the Mauricio Macri administration have taken steps to patch up their differences, meeting at the Casa Rosada to clear the air after some verbal clashes in recent days.

Last week, Production Minister Francisco Cabrera …

Argentina posted a a trade deficit of US $8.47 billion in 2017, a new record for the country and the largest nominal trade deficit ever. As a percentage of GDP (-1.4 percent) the trade deficit was the largest since 1998, …

The International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) World Economy Outlook update for 2018 has projected a strengthening “global upswing” that also includes positive growth numbers for the countries that most heavily purchase Argentine exports.

Released today, the 2018 outlook noted that “120 …