BUENOS AIRES Argentina's government plans to agree on its new multiyear economic plan with International Monetary Fund staff before sending the proposal to Congress, Economy Minister Martin Guzman said on local radio on Friday.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina plans to agree a new long-term economic plan with International Monetary Fund staff before submitting it to Congress, a government source said, as talks continued to secure a deal to roll over $45 billion owed to the IMF.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) -Argentina's ruling Peronist party was reeling on Sunday after a midterm vote that saw its center-left coalition lose its majority in Congress for the first time in almost 40 years and taste defeat in its stronghold province of Buenos Aires. | Video
BUENOS AIRES, Nov 14 Argentines head to the
polls on Sunday for midterm elections that will establish the
power balance in Congress, with the ruling Peronist party
battling to avoid damaging losses that could erase its majority
in the Senate held for almost 40 years.
SAO PAULO/BUENOS AIRES Brazil on Thursday became the first country to allow imports of flour made with genetically modified wheat, though shipments of the new variety developed in Argentina are unlikely anytime soon due to opposition from Brazilian millers and global consumers.
BUENOS AIRES, Nov 8 Argentine grains exporters
have asked the government to identify farmers who are growing
drought-resistant genetically modified (GM) wheat, so they can
halt sales from those areas until top importer Brazil approves
BUENOS AIRES, Oct 12 Argentina's corn export
market remains "open" despite a new government policy that
prioritizes crops that are already harvested over forward sales
of the upcoming crop, the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday.
BUENOS AIRES Argentina's corn export market remains "open" despite a new government policy that prioritizes crops that are already harvested over forward sales of the upcoming 2021/22 crop, a statement issued by the agriculture ministry said on Tuesday.
BUENOS AIRES Dryness over the next six months in Argentina is expected to reduce the size of the country's two main cash crops, corn and soy, while complicating navigation of grain cargo ships on the Parana River, analysts said.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) -A once-a-century drought has lowered the water level of Argentina's main grains transport river, reducing farm exports and boosting logistics costs in a trend that meteorologists said will likely continue into next year.