Argentina Case Analysis

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Over the years Argentina has increased its imports bringing in a greater amount of goods. The main import of Argentina is cars; which is 9.8% of the total imported goods. Followed by cars, Petroleum gas which is 6.86% of the total imported amount of goods. Argentina is so big on imports that they rank 44th in the world on the largest amount of imports. Within five years the amount spent on imports went from $55B in 2008 to $72.1B in 2013. Exports on the other hand have stayed about in proportion to exports. The exports to have been increasing. For example, from $71.2B in 2008 to $76.3B in 2013. It wasn’t as much as a change has the amount the exports increased over the five year period, but it still increased. The top leading export is Soybean Meal followed by corn. Soybean Meal takes up 14% in exports and corn at 7.01%. Compared to the World, Argentina is ranked 46th in the largest amount of exports. The trade balance between imports and exports is positive with a $3.27 in 2013.

The money system used in Argentina is Argentine Pesos. One U.S. dollar is equal to 14.97 Argentine Pesos and one Argentine peso is equal to 0.067 of a U.S. dollar. In 2015, Argentina went through a trade deficit. The trade balance shifted to a
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There is the Lower Secondary and this ranges from the grades seventh to ninth. The Upper-Secondary than is than from tenth to twelfth grade. Spending three years in each the Lower and Upper-Secondary making a total of six years in the Secondary phase. Compared to the United States it ranges slightly differently. In the U.S. there is the Middle School Phase from sixth to eighth grade instead of to ninth grade in Argentina. Than after Eighth there is the Secondary School which is called High School in the U.S. This ranges from the grade of ninth to twelfth grade. These are all the main education most people

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