Argentina

Argentina
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
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There are three main levels of school starting with Primary, than Secondary, and lastly Tertiary. In the U.S. there are five main levels of education. There is first Primary like in Argentina, than Middle, Secondary, Vocational, and lastly Tertiary.

Primary Education starts off in first grade and goes to sixth grade for six years. When kids start off in first grade they are usually at the age of six and by the time they are in sixth grade they are 11 years old. In the U.S. the Primary stage started in first grade to fifth grade starting at the age of six to eleven years old for five years. For the majority of kids they go to school for 18 years. On average males go to school fewer years than the Women. It is 17 years for males and 19 years for female. At the age of 10 they can read and write. As the population as a whole 98.1% of all the people in Argentina can read and
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The prominent language in all of Argentina is Spanish. So, at the Universities everything is mostly spoken in Spanish. Many from Asia and Europe will go to Argentina for College and some from the U.S. but you have to really have an understanding of the Spanish language. Why there is such a huge group of people outside that goes to Argentina is because it is way cheaper because most of the tuition is free through the financed by the Ministry of Education that was started in 1946. There is still some other fees that come along like housing, but compared to a College or University in their home country where a University cost them thousands of dollars not including

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