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  • Imports from Argentina A$947 million
  • Exports to Argentina A$191 million
  • Capital Buenos Aires
  • Official Language Spanish
  • Area 2,780,000 sq km
  • Population 41.5 million


UECA Mission to Latin America 2015
27 Aug 2015 - 4 Sep 2015
Argentina, Peru and Mexico  ,

Last updated: 16 Jul 2014

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It is common that being part of a network involves reciprocity and you will be expected to use your own contacts and relationships to help others when called upon for assistance.

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Country Profile

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    Argentina has a fundamentally market-oriented economy based on an abundance of natural resources, a highly literate population and an export-oriented agricultural sector.
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    Argentina is a presidential democracy, with universal suffrage and compulsory voting.
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    Trade with Argentina is modest, with the balance in trade generally favouring Argentina since the onset of its economic crisis in 2001.
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