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46 Economic Research Service / USDA U.S. Foreign Direct Investment in the W. Hemisphere Food Industry/ AER-760 Argentina 5 The Argentine Market for Processed Food Argentina has the highest per capita income in South America, and Argentines spend more than 30 percent of their incomes on food.

References to the Family History Library Catalog

RESEARCH OUTLINE Argentina CONTENTS Introduction ..... 1 Records Selection Table: Argentina..... 2 Map of Argentina..... 3 Archives and Libraries..... 4 Biography ..... 7 Cemeteries ..... 8 ...

Livestock and Products Annual

Ken Joseph Melinda Sallyards 2011 Livestock and Products Annual Argentina 9/14/2011 Required Report - public distribution. Executive Summary: Due to improved returns, ...

Argentina, Crisis and, Social Movements: Gendered Options for ...

Engendering Trade Unions and Social Movements: New Proposals of Social Inclusion in Argentina Argentina, Crisis and, Social Movements: Gendered Options for the Future


COUNTRY PROFILES REGION OF THE AMERICAS WHO Global Status Report on Alcohol 2004 1 © World Health Organization 2004 ARGENTINA Recorded adult per capita consumption (age 15+) Sources: FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), World Drink Trends 2003 Last year abstainers in ...


Argentina´s CY 2011 fresh apple production is forecast to decrease to 970,000 MT, pear production is estimated to increase to 800,000 MT, and fresh table grape production is expected to remain stable at 145,000 MT, compared to previous USDA official estimates.

The Argentine Financial Crisis:

CRS-2 1991-94 Argentina enjoys strong economic growth and the currency board is considered highly successful. 1995 Following Mexico's December 1994 peso devaluation, ...

Argentina's Sovereign Debt Restructuring

Congressional Research Service ˜ The Library of Congress CRS Report for Congress Received through the CRS Web Order Code RL32637 Argentina's Sovereign Debt Restructuring October 19, 2004 J. F. Hornbeck Specialist in International Trade and Finance Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Trade Division


FOREIGN TRADE BARRIERS-17-ARGENTINA TRADE SUMMARY The U.S. goods trade surplus with Argentina was $1.7 billion in 2008, an increase of $348 million from $1.4 billion in 2007.


1. SIGNIFICANT GEOLOGICAL POTENTIAL With a surface of over 2 million square kilometers, Argentina is a very rich country in mining resources. Consequently, the Mining Journal Survey has ranked our country sixth in mining resource potential.