Economic Activities

The section on Economic Activities includes extensive reports on Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries, Industry, Mines and Energy, Transport and Communications. Argentina occupies the first place in world production and export of: sunflower oil, soybean oil, horses, jojoba, lemon, honey, corn, soybeans, beef, and wine. To learn more about what and how is produced in Argentina, which exports and imports. What are its energy and much more … Check the following reports on Argentina: Economic Activities in El Sur del Sur: Argentina: The country, its culture and its people.

Argentine Tourism Industry: Puerto Madero, view of the Fragata. Buenos Aires.

Argentine Tourism Industry

Updated March 21, 2021Touristic Destinations Argentine tourism industry developed favored by the magnitude of the wealth of the attractions of our country. The richness of landscapes, and the important tourist infrastructure that has Argentina, allows having a wide and varied tourism offering. From Quiaca to Ushuaia, and from Andes to the...

Transportation and Communications in Argentina

Transportation and Communications in Argentina

Updated March 21, 2021 In 1990 transportation and communications in Argentina, representing 5% of GDP, arriving in 2017 to 9,8%. The transport capacity of a country is linked to its economic potential. Not enough to have a good production. Economic development implies to transport products in and outside the territory,...

Mining and Power in Argentina: Salto Grande

Mining and Power in Argentina

Updated March 21, 2021 The mining and power in Argentina , is closely linked to the growth of economic activities in the country.Argentina is a country rich in mineral reserves and energy resources, which have not yet been exploited to the extent of their potential. Although, Vaca Muerta, is the...

Industrial Activity in Argentina

Industrial Activity in Argentina

Updated March 22, 2021 The industrial activity in Argentina is going through a particularly difficult period marked by the rise in domestic costs, the fall in consumption, the inability to import inputs necessary to produce and lack of funding. Stagnated since 2012, the sector accounts for only 15.5% of the...

Livestock in Argentina: Livestock exhibition in the Rural Society

Livestock in Argentina

Updated March 22, 2021Panorama of livestock in Argentina According to the figures from the 1988 Livestock National Census (Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas y Censos, INDEC), in Argentina there are 75 million head of cattle including bovine, ovine, porcine and equine cattle. About 60 per cent corresponds to the finest breeds...

Argentina Foreign Trade: Imports and Exports: Containers in the port

Foreign Trade in Argentina: Import and Export

Updated March 22, 2021 Argentina’s foreign trade is the exchange of goods, products and services with other countries or economic regions. Since the implementation of Mercosur in 1995, Argentina’s foreign trade has been mainly with Brazil. The latter being Argentina’s main trading partner, both in terms of export and import,...

Agriculture in Argentina: Crops, Productive areas Aerial view field

Agriculture in Argentina: Crops, Productive areas

Updated March 22, 2021 The agriculture in Argentina is one of the main economic activities that not only caters to the country, but that the surplus is exported. Argentina has a continental area of about 2.8 million square kilometers and has around 37,5 million hectares of agricultural crops.The main crops...

Fishing Activity in Argentina; Inauguration of the Porto Belo Ship

Fishing Activity in Argentina

Updated March 22, 2021 LArgentina fishing is an economic activity with high expectations for the future, given the importance of fisheries resources. Argentina is a country with a long marine coast, with 4700 km of coastline on the South Atlantic Ocean, plus inland waters, and aquaculture. The Argentine Sea is...

Economic Activities in Argentina

Economic Activities in Argentina

Updated March 22, 2021 Argentina economic activities followed a pattern of agricultural and livestock exports which endured from the colonial times up to the early decades of the 20th century. Then it gave rise to the production of some manufactures, which stopped coming from Europe, until the establishment of industries...