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Government Seek To Boost Reserves By Increasing Crop Exports

ARGENTINA
  • Argentina’s government has asked the country’s crop export and processing companies to make sales equivalent to $1 billion over the next week as it seeks to bolster reserves, according to people with direct knowledge of the discussions. (Bloomberg)
    • Members of the association, Ciara-Cec, have showed willingness to cooperate but have not said to what extent it will comply with the request, said the people, who asked not to be named because talks are private.
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  • Argentina’s government has asked the country’s crop export and processing companies to make sales equivalent to $1 billion over the next week as it seeks to bolster reserves, according to people with direct knowledge of the discussions. (Bloomberg)
    • Members of the association, Ciara-Cec, have showed willingness to cooperate but have not said to what extent it will comply with the request, said the people, who asked not to be named because talks are private.