Economy Minister Sergio Massaconfirmed that SMEs will be able to rely on advances for imports goods and supplies. Also, importers of luxury goods will be able to make their purchases without any hindrance with their dollars.
At a meeting of industry and producer development officials from across the country, the minister explained that “we will announce benefits for SMEs over large companies in the import system. The Central Bank will enable advances of up to USD 50,000 for SMEs, those Unlike those who import luxury goods who must do so with their dollars.” in that line, questioned some methods that were not intended for production And for some sectors that stock highly for the medium and long term.
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Massa, on the other hand, insisted that “it was possible to clear up to US$1.65 billion in import precautionary measures that made life difficult for producers, which have been the source of imports that have depleted Argentina’s reserves.” It was a festival.” He also recalled that the country had become one of the “in” The world’s leading importer of cryptocurrency mining machines” And in some cases the textile industry was stockpiled for “the next seven years”.
Regarding the 2023 projections, he estimated that “there will be no difficulties in terms of reserves” and recognized the need to implement measures for the agri-food sector as a result of the drought.
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increase in industrial investment
Ignacio de Mendigueren, Secretary of Industry and Product Development, assured that industry investment in your country “Maximum level in full words”, With a growth of 46.5% since the end of 2019.
Too, He said some sectors for the next year could deliver an economic recovery of more than 2% over the 2023 budget project, with a “Very high level of employment in the provinces,
De Mendiguren argued that The industry is “recovering with a more stable position and bridging the gap without opting for abrupt devaluation, as we know the consequences for our sector”.
In the end he said “The growth we are registering in industrial production today is above the world average.“And that” we have a 46.5% increase in industrial investment from the end of 2019 to today”.
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