Argentina and Germany advance in key energy, hydrogen and food agreements

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Yesterday, Argentina's government took another step forward in its idea of ​​increasing foreign investment and becoming a central player in Europe for the supply of energy and food under a specific political signal: ties were strengthened with Germany and there was talk of agreements aimed at establish what they called "a strategic alliance" with Berlin.

A delegation of German parliamentarians and businessmen led by the Secretary of State for Economy and Climate Protection of Germany, Franziska Brantner, met with the Minister of Economy, Martín Guzmán; the Secretary of Energy, Darío Martínez . . .

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