RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Argentina continues to go in the opposite direction of the rest of the world. While the country's government enforces restrictions on meat exports, its competitors take advantage of the opportunity to reposition themselves in the markets it has neglected.
The arguments supporting the restrictive measures were made public this week by Vice President Cristina Fernández. In her social networks, she highlighted a report by TN TV channel on the price of meat. In the video, a butcher points out that prices have not increased for the last two months, after having climbed more than . . .