It is a decision to achieve food sovereignty that the country needs and that 1,300 and workers continue to be employed, in addition to the fact that around 2,600 producers continue to have a company to sell what they produce”. It will be a witness company in the grain market like YPF in the case of fuels. Vicentín participates with almost 10% of agro-industrial sales and is part of the small group of exporters that commercialize Argentine grains. Under state supervision, he would avoid the accumulation of crops that tend to put pressure on the exchange rate. The leading exporters would have accumulated grains in silo bags for the equivalent of $9 billion.