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Argentina Trade Net updated: A support website for exports that is a key instrument for the internationalization of SMesde las PyMES

Tuesday 29 January 2019
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Within the framework of the process of modernization and simplification of support systems for Argentine exporters, the website "Argentina Trade Net" has a new layout as of today and can be found on the official website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Worship in the section of services for exporters. www.cancilleria.gob.ar/argentinatradenet.

Argentina Trade Net, which now has more agile and dynamic characteristics, is an instrument developed by the Foreign Ministry to provide exporting companies and other public and private actors connected with foreign trade from across the country information on marketing intelligence gathered and produced by the Network of Embassies, Centres for Promotion and Argentine Consulates abroad. Along with more than 150 representations abroad, the website makes the information necessary for the development of export businesses available to Argentine companies.

"Constant assistance for Argentine exporters is one of the pillars of the Foreign Ministry's work. Providing information about trade opportunities in a simple manner is essential for small and medium-sized enterprises to take advantage of the more than 170 markets that we managed to open in more than 50 countries in the last few years. The new version of this tool, which can be found on the official website of the Foreign Ministry, serves that purpose and is a substantial contribution to the "Argentina Exports" initiative, the Secretary for International Economic Relations of the Foreign Ministry, Horacio Reyser, stated.

Argentina Trade Net currently makes the following information available to the exporter sector, among other useful elements:

-More than 950 trade opportunities

-40 international bidding processes

-More than 79,000 importers gathered by the network of embassies and consulates.

-Information on more than 130 international fairs.

-Market reviews by product.

-Non-tariff barriers that may hinder market access.


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