RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina's farm exports rose 32.63% year-on-year in January after strikes and standoffs with unions had snarled shipments at the end of last year before agreements were struck, the CIARA-CEC chamber of crushers and exporters said on Monday, January 1st.
The chamber, which brings together companies that represent 40% of Argentina's grains exports, said that US$2.14 billion of trade was settled in the first month of the year, a rise of 26.6% compared with December.
"This result was due to the fact that in January there was a . . .