Argentina increase trade with India to $4 billion (By Sylodium, international trade directory)

Argentina expects its trade with India to more than double to about $4 billion in the next five years. During 2012-13, the bilateral trade between the two countries was estimated at about $1.8 billion, according to Province of San Luis (Argentina) Governor Claudio Poggi. India exports to Argentina include chemicals, vehicles and auto parts, plastic products, machinery, garment and synthetic fibre, while imports comprise soya bean oil, sunflower oil, leather and wool. Argentina is Inviting Indian companies to invest in San Luis; Poggi said “We welcome Indian companies to either have joint ventures or strategic partnership with our companies. The potential areas of investment include construction, solar energy, engineering and food processing." Sylodium (global import export directory) you can advertise for free your company or your project, at the intersection of cities that you want, for example; Buenos Aires (Argentina) - New Delhi (India) or any city around the World.

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