ARGENTINA: Country Conditions: Climate for Trade

January 2006
Political Risk Yearbook: Argentina Country Report;2006, p44
Country Report
Country Report
Describes Argentina's policies on trade, assessed by the PRS Group Inc. as of September 1, 2005. Legislation affecting import and export transactions; Impact of the Common Market of the South on non-tariff restrictions of Argentina; Terms of Argentina's membership in the Association for Latin American Integration.


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