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  • Thursday, July 26th 2018 - 15:18 UTC

    Argentine exports prime cuts of beef to Japan

    Agriculture Ministry Luis Etchevehere celebrated that “in May we had promised that this month we would send Argentine meat to Japan and we kept our word”

    Argentina has shipped its first ever beef exports to Japan. Exporter Fridevi (Frigorífico de Viedma) shipped two hundred kilos of beef prime cuts on Monday, with another 10 tons scheduled for export in the coming days.

  • Tuesday, February 27th 2018 - 06:32 UTC

    Argentina's foreign policy according to Jorge Faurie: Intelligent Insertion

    Minister Faurie with Secretary of State Rex Tillerson (L)

    Argentina foreign minister Jorge Faurie has written a long column, (full tabloid page) in Buenos Aires daily Clarin, under the heading of “Intelligent Insertion” describing motives and objectives of the country's foreign policy under president Mauricio Macri, driven by the principle of an intelligent insertion in the international scenario. The final commitment of Macri's administration is reducing poverty and improving Argentines' life quality.

  • Thursday, May 11th 2017 - 12:51 UTC

    Argentine president Macri off to China and Japan in search of investments

    Macri will be received in Beijing by president Xi Jinping, when the two countries will be signing several accords totaling more than US$ 30bn

    Argentine president Mauricio Macri and a delegation of ministers and governors, are off for an Asian tour in search of investments that includes the Arab Emirates, China and Japan. The undertaking is looking for billions of dollars to help develop Argentina's infrastructure.