The leaders of Canada, Mexico, and the United States released the following joint statement on December 21, 2001, related to the riots Argentina caused by the government’s response to the economic crisis. Argentina is our neighbor and friend and we… Read More ›
The following is article is part of the United States Department of State’s “Milestones in the History of U.S. Foreign Relations” series. It is reproduced here under the public domain. Early on the morning of April 2, 1982, Argentine military… Read More ›
Prices rose 16.0 percent in Argentina in September compared to the previous month, according to Indec. The overall increase in prices can be attributed more to imported products rather than domestic products. The price of imported products rose 24.4 percent,… Read More ›
Officials in Argentina and Brazil signed an agreement to share some information related to the Odebrecht corruption case.
Argentina is currently in the process of upgrading hundreds of miles of railroad under the Plan Belgrano. The infrastructure improvements will reduce shipping time between two major cities in the north from 18 days to just two. The first 500… Read More ›
The Central Bank of the Argentine Republic (BCRA) has raised its key rate by a massive 12.75 percentage points since April 27 in an effort to shore up the exchange rate of the peso and force down inflation that is far in excess of the government’s target for 2018 of 15 percent.
United States pork will soon be exported to Argentina for the first time in more than 25 years. The Office of the Trade Representative believes that Argentina could be a $10 million market for US pork producers. The US is the largest pork exporter in the world with $6.5 billion exported in 2017.