Argentina

Argentina

Akshay Jadhav
Akshay Jadhav

Country Expert
   

Argentina Statistics

In Latin America, Argentina’s economy is third among the largest economies coming after Brazil and Mexico. Statistics provided by the International Monetary Fund’s World Economic outlook database shows $879.4 billion GDP in 2016 for Argentina. Being a well-developed nation undertaking diverse exporting ventures in textile, agricultural goods, and industrial products, Argentina’s economic status is steadily improving. With a population of 43.9 million residents, the growth of the industrial sector is creating employment opportunities. Cordoba is the globally recognized industrial center in Argentina housing motor assembly and metalworking among other manufacturing sites.
$ 1 crores
GDP in USD trillion
1 crores
Population (2019)
1 million
Area ( km. sq. )
Import Of Argentina

In 2018 Argentina imported $62.5B, making it the number 47 trade destination in the world.
Main Import Countries

Export Of Argentina

In 2018 Argentina exported a total of $60.8B, making it the number 49 exporter in the world.
Main Export Countries

Major Sectors

Food Processing and Beverages Industry Appliances and Electronics Industry Textile Industry Oil Industry

Bestowed with rich fertile lands, Argentina has vast agricultural and energy resources which are used in the industry sector in the country. The improvements witnessed in the wheat, corn, and barley agricultural produce, made the cereal export boost the food industry. The food processing and beverages companies are mostly located in Buenos Aires. One of the oldest and significant industries in Argentina has always been the processing and packaging of foods. Starting off with the processing and packaging of meat meant to be exported, the food processing and beverage sector has now ventured into diverse foods and drinks that have markets globally.

The availability of needed resources in Argentina has dramatically boosted the performance of the biggest industries in the country. The innovative sector in appliances and electronics industry continue to evolve and modernize to meet the growing global and local market demands.The Argentina appliances and electronics industry are among the few nations with high numbers in home appliances production. Favorable government policies have enabled this industry to record a positive market forecast which has been aided by the use of internet retailing to reach a global client base with ease.

Showing a significant growth of 75% in 2002 the textile industry has been recorded to be among the biggest industries in Argentina. Conducive political and economic conditions increased the purchasing power of the people and tourists. Estimated to be worth $12 billion, the Argentina textile industry has boosted the clothing sector which has made global fashion designer icons source for their high-quality clothing materials from Argentina. Boasting with more than 11,500 manufacturing textile companies that are owned by local families, the Argentina Apparel Industrial chamber records a production value of $2.7 billion annually.

The oil industry in Argentina has always received government support. The exporting of petroleum fuels started at an all-time low 800,000 barrels in the 90s but steadily grew with the discovery of oil reserves located at Rio Negro Norte.

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