Argentina had a surplus of $3.29 bn in Q1

During the first quarter of the year, the trade balance marked a surplus of $3.29 billion, 64% more than the $2 billion recorded between January and March 2019, the billing for exports fell 6.8%, while imports fell 18%. Argentina’s foreign trade could decrease due to the contraction of the economies of its main trading partners: Brazil, China and the United States.

Source: Ámbito