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The economist Dante Sica (director of consultancy agency Abceb) explained the future that Argentina’s economy will front in the following months. He answers five key questions that links the country with the international outcome.
China is not self-sufficient and in the following 25 years will need help from LATAM countries for the provision of food. The Argentina ambassador Diego Guelar described the importance that the Argentina agro industrial market has in China.
Argentine president Mauricio Macri and Alibaba Executive Chairman Jack Ma signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Tuesday in Buenos Aires as a way to open up new trade opportunities and to support merchants that are marketing products on Alibaba's e-commerce platforms.
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On 27-28 March, the President of Argentina, Mauricio Macri, visited the Kingdom of the Netherlands accompanied by an official delegation that included Foreign Minister Susana Malcorra. Although it was the third official visit of an Argentine President to the Netherlands, it was the first one with the status of a State Visit, a distinction reserved for official meetings at the highest level.
Argentina has some of Latin America’s most abundant renewable energy resources—steady winds in southern Patagonia, year-round sunshine in the remote northwest, and hydropower and biomass fed by rivers and expansive farmland.