Drought would cut a third of Argentina’s economic growth by 2022

The drought that is affecting soybeans and corn in Argentina's pampas vegetable belt will reduce the nation's gross domestic product by US$4.8 billion this year, according to one of the first analyses of the economic impact of the lack of water.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The drought that is affecting soybeans and corn in the horticultural belt of Argentina's pampas will . . .

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