Argentina’s economic activity grows 6.2% from January to May

The sectors of the economy that reported the highest growth were "hotels and restaurants" with 44.3 percent, followed by mining and quarrying with 14.2 percent, and construction with 13.6 percent.

Argentina's economic activity registered an inter-annual increase of 7.4 percent in May and accumulated in the first five months of the year an increase of 6.2 percent, according to data released today by the National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INDEC).

The sectors of the economy that reported the highest growth were "hotels and restaurants" with 44.3 percent, followed by mining and quarrying with 14.2 percent, and construction with 13.6 percent.

Commercial activity grew by 11.6 percent; manufacturing industry by 10.6 percent; transportation and communications by 11 percent; and fishing by . . .

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