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Argentina’s agribusiness claims it has lost US$1 billion due to government intervention

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's agribusiness has so far lost US$1.084 billion due to government interventions in the grain and meat markets, estimates the Institute of Economic Studies, linked to the Argentine Rural Society (SRA).

According to the Institute, among the links in the chain, the hardest hit were farmers, who lost US$411 million, followed by meat packing plants, losing US$165 million.

Losses in workers' salaries totaled US$59 million . . .

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