Argentina's National Institute of Statistics and Census (INDEC) Wednesday completed -at least in theory- the 2022 survey to determine the country's population and other data pertaining thereto, such as living conditions and demographic inputs.
Of the just over 40 million Argentines, 4.5% are foreigners, according to the latest census, and the most numerous community is made up of over half a million from neighbouring Paraguay.
Argentina has a population of 40.117.096, according to the definitive facts of the 2010 National Population and Home census released by the country’s national statistics and census bureau, Indec.
Argentina became the richest country in Latin America in 2009 as measured by GDP per capita purchasing power parity, PPP, according to a Latin Business Chronicle analysis based of new data from the International Monetary Fund.
Argentina’s Deputy Economy Minister Roberto Feletti said the Government “will not accept economic policies to be dictated” by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and added that country's statistical information is “trustworthy and solid.”