PwC presented its new global strategy that involves a total investment of $12 billion for the next five years and the creation of 100,000 new jobs. In the specific case of Argentina, the estimated investment is $45 million between now and 2024, with 1,000 open positions in various areas.
Inflation in May was 3.3%, as published by INDEC. The figure is lower than what the market expected and slowed down concerning the 4% floor recorded in the last months. However, the Consumer Price Index accumulates an increase of 21.5% in the first five months of the year, the highest inflationary start for an electoral period, despite tariffs and the dollar as "anchors".
The Mexican-owned food company Bimbo confirmed the definitive closure of the frozen food factory that operated in San Fernando, Buenos Aires, which suffered a fire on May 9 that took it out of operation. Three hundred workers will be dismissed and will receive 100% severance pay.