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.
In 2018 Argentina imported $62.5B, making it the number 47 trade destination in the world.
In 2018 Argentina exported a total of $60.8B, making it the number 49 exporter in the world.