RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The latest data show that the decision taken by the Argentine President Alberto Fernández government to restrict beef exports, is failing to produce a positive effect on the sector and the country.
There is a sharp drop in prices received by producers, less activity in the exporting meat processing industry and consequently a drop in workers' income, a drop in dollar revenues from exports and a steadily rising price of beef.
Moreover, competing countries are replacing Argentina's position in the foreign market. Such is the case of Paraguay and Uruguay.
According to data released . . .