Initially, they confirmed that Argentina would again export gas to Brazil, then the entry of shrimp, banned in Brazil since 2013, was made official. Now, eight sanitary barriers have been lifted, which will allow exports for $1 billion. These include grapes, bovine breeding stock, bovine embryos, dairy products, pinewood, almonds, plums and heparin.
The lack of rainfall continues to affect soybeans planted in the core zone, and weather forecasts are not too encouraging for the coming days. In this context, the Rosario Stock Exchange warned that 1.12 million hectares are in fair to poor condition, and if they do not receive water in the short term, at least another 240,000 tons would be lost, which would add to the previous cut of 4 million tons.
The heavy tax burden on the different links of the economy is a recurring theme in the local economic agenda; in the case of wine, 43% of consumers' price corresponds to taxes.
The Government presented the Cooperation Plan with China for the development of exports by Argentine SMEs. The official intention is to guarantee disbursements for more than $30 billion through investments in the business niches that have been attracting the attention of the Chinese in recent years.
The development of Argentina's energy resources until 2050 will allow the creation of 297,000 new jobs and the generation of $68 billion of economic activity in addition to energy investments. The possibilities of growth in the exploitation of non-conventional hydrocarbons and renewable energies - wind, solar, nuclear and hydroelectric - will allow for national productive and technological development.