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A team of negotiators leaves London for Buenos Aires to help deal with the trade standoff. The author makes note that Perón holds a favorable view of some members of the delegation.
Despite the "impasse" of trade negotiations between Argentina and the U.K. over beef, the Buenos Aires Herald notes that trade figures suggest that the political rhetoric did not match up with the realities of good crossing the Atlantic (50% increase…
The Peronist state embraced an ultra-nationalist, anti-imperial stance when it came to British interests in Argentina. At stake was the future of beef trade and what it meant for bilateral relations.
The article asserts that Argentine beef is declining in value on the world market, while British monopoly continues to grow. Why? The government has gambled incorrectly on commercializing the local industry. Helpful to see the long, simmering…
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