This country level trade brief summarizes insights from the world trade indicators database as well as analyzes national impacts and responses to the food crisis and global recession. The trade at a glance tables for Argentina provide a snapshot of key aspects of trade policy and performance.
export tax;applied tariff;import of goods;elasticity of trade;trade policy reform;trade remedy laws;common external tariff;preferential trade agreement;agricultural product;uniform tariff;trade regime;commodity price;export growth;simple average;total trade;government revenue;business environment;oil seed;destination market;liberal trade;fiscal revenue;food crisis;domestic price;currency board;Fiscal Stimulus;anti-dumping case;vegetable oil;trade surplus;institutional environment;severe drought;export financing;trade finance;foreign-currency deposit;agriculture production;macroeconomic shock;preferential rate;import product;reference price;textile product;import license;tax revenue;market entry;external shock;government control;global recession;fixed rate;support infrastructure;trade share;world market;state involvement;customs union;economic reform;international market;dairy product;import value;license requirement;import demand;import share;trade flow;Emerging economies;emerging economy;economic crisis;manufactured export;economic slowdown;weighted average;high commodity;exchange rate;nominal import;Exchange Rates;
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Macro-Fiscal Policy, Economic Adjustment and Lending, Public Sector Economics, International Trade and Trade Rules, Food Security, Energy Demand, Energy and Environment, Energy and Mining, Public Finance Decentralization and Poverty Reduction, Commodity Risk Management,
Growth & Competitiveness (WBIGC)
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Argentina - World trade indicators 2009 : Trade brief (English). World trade indicators 2009 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/676991468218999685/Trade-brief