Argentina Partially Resumes Corn Exports Amid Strike

The decision was taken after negotiations with representatives of the Argentine Agroindustrial Council, which guaranteed that there is enough corn to supply the domestic market.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's Agriculture Ministry announced Monday, January 12th, corn exports will partially resume, reversing a previous decision.

The move came amid the beginning of a three-day strike which was called by the Liaison Table -- a group of four producers representing the bulk of the country's agricultural sector . . .

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