Argentina's Superminister of Economy and Production Sergio Massa signed an agreement with Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Director General Qu Dongyu during the latter's trip to Buenos Aires for the VII Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac) Summit.
Argentina's Superminister of Economy, Agriculture, and Production Sergio Massa Wednesday announced he had instructed his team to launch a “debt repurchase” process for over US$ 1 billion “to improve the debt profile and continue lowering the country risk,” while bringing it closer to accessing foreign credit.
Argentina's Economy Sergio Massa has announced that exports linked to the so-called automotive chain will not be charged in 2023 the additional duties applicable to other products sold abroad. Automotive exports are expected to grow between 10 and 15% this year after a 23.5% output increase in 2022.
Argentina's Sergio Massa has been named among the 10 most influential people of the year in the economic and financial world by the leading Brazilian newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo. The list also includes Elon Musk, Jerome Powell, Bernard Arnault, and Christine Lagarde.
Argentina's new version of the Export Increase Program (PIE) has resulted in US$ 1.824 billion worth of soybeans sold abroad, which nearly meets the government's target, it was reported Friday in Buenos Aires.
The World Bank approved a US$ 200 million loan to support Argentina's digital transformation and the closing of the digital divide by expanding the connectivity offer, building a network of data centers, and implementing digital skills training for individuals and enterprises.
Argentina's Superminister of Economy, Industry, and Agriculture Sergio Massa Monday signed an agreement with US Ambassador Marc Stanley for the automatic exchange between the two countries of information about undeclared assets owned by local taxpayers.
Argentina's Superminister of Economy, Industry and Agriculture Sergio Massa reached an agreement with oil companies whereby fuel joins the list of care-for prices. Hence, the price at pumps may not go up above a 4% monthly ceiling until March, it was announced in Buenos Aires.
Argentine rural producers have voiced their rejection of Super Economy Minister Sergio Massa's proposal to create a reload version of the soybean dollar and insisted on the need to leave currency exchange free.
An Argentine national who visited the Darwin Cemetery on the Falkland Islands to pay his respects to the combatants fallen in the 1982 war was outraged upon his return that his credit card was billing him the surcharges recently created by Superminister of Economy Sergio Massa for expenses abroad.