Buenos Aires' Ambassador to Brazil Daniel Scioli Thursday asked the local administration of President Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva to even up the trade balance between the two countries because it has been negative from Argentina's side for the past two decades.
Argentine's Cabinet Chief Juan Manzur is to leave his post sometime next week, President Alberto Fernàndez announced during an event in Tafí Viejo, in the province of Tucumán, where Manzur is Governor, albeit on unpaid leave.
Argentine ambassador in Brazil, Daniel Scioli said that with president Lula da Silva now in office integration between Argentina and Brazil will move faster, and mentioned both countries are considering a common currency for bilateral trade probably extensive to all Mercosur members.
Argentina's Ambassador to Brazil and former Vice President Daniel Scioli Wednesday highlighted the importance of Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva's victory and how it will help consolidate trade between South America's two largest countries.
Former Vice President and current Argentina's Ambassador to Brazil Daniel Scioli said this week that once President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula Da Silva takes office on Jan. 1 there will be very important advances in bilateral relations.
Argentina's Ambassador to Brazil Daniel Scioli Monday headed a trade mission in the Brazilian city of Porto Alegre searching for business opportunities at the Federation of Industries of the State of Rio Grande do Sul (FIERGS) which brings together 114 industrial unions and over more than 47,000 industries.
After Thursday's announcement of a large-scale cabinet reshuffle at Casa Rosada, the administration of President Alberto Fernández also announced the new destinations of the departing officials.
Argentina's Productive Development Minister Daniel Scioli is taking center stage this week as he leaves Wednesday for Sao Paulo on a mission to overcome the sustained trade deficit between his country and Brazil, where he has served as Ambassador up until last month when he was summoned to Buenos Aires to replace Matías Kulfas.
Argentina's Productive Development Minister Daniel Scioli has been delivered an investment plan by automaker Renault with which the company intends to boost its presence in the country and help reactivate the economy.
Argentina's Productive Development Minister Daniel Scioli has announced he would step in to curb speculative imports and stop those who take advantage of the existing dual exchange rate between the local peso and the US dollar.