International Trade in Argentina

International Trade in Argentina

After the severe recession, which lead to the Argentinian bankruptcy in 2001-2002, the economy saw a rapid and stable growth, before being hit by the global financial crisis. In 2009 the economy contracted sharply as an effect of the fall in demand (0.9% of growth) but in 2010 it... Read more

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Overview About International Trade in Argentina

Main Industry Sectors

Having lost the position of a superpower it occupied at the beginning of the 20th century, Argentina remains an important world economy, namely due to its agricultural production. The agricultural sector, which is based livestock farming, cultivation of cereals (wheat, corn, soy) and citrus fruit, represents around 10% of the country's GDP.

Rich in energy resources, Argentina is the world's fourth largest oil producer and first largest natural gas producer in Latin America.

The industry sector has vastly expanded over these last few years. It contributes to more than one third of the GDP. Food packaging (in particular meat packing, flour grinding, and canning) and flour-milling are the country's main industries.

The services sector followed the same trend as the industry sector. Today, it contributes to more than half of the GDP. Argentina has specialized in areas of high-tech services and offers excellent value for money specifically in software development, call centers and nuclear energy.

 

Economic Overview

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