We actively take part in raising awareness on the requirements and opportunities entailed in the implementation of the Trade Facilitation Agreement. We have detected the need to optimize the capacities of the different actors involved in order to improve decision-making and maximize efficiency and impact on the economy.
Through our monthly Economic Monitor and special reports, we analyze the country’s macroeconomic variables, investments, general economic context, the evolution of foreign trade, currency exchange rates, national accounts and other key elements of the economy that have an impact on our activity in particular and on society in general.
We make periodic reports with analyses and statistics on the exchange of goods and services, tariff and para-tariff barriers, emergence of new markets, competitiveness, cost of raw materials, among others. We also examine the relationship between imports and employment at local level, as well as regional and global policies.
Opinion articles and information about our seminars and initiatives in this area. Customs play an essential role in foreign trade operations as they control the flow of goods brought into the country. We analyze current regulations, competitiveness, internationalization of economic processes and markets, changes in international commerce, and the impact of customs procedures on the development of foreign trade.
We inform what is happening in Argentina and the world with regards to bilateral and multilateral agreements, trade treaties, global economy and trade, to empower companies with practical information, insights and tools that can grow their foreign trade through the international market.
Ports are the primary nodes in the physical network of maritime transport. They are competitive when they offer fast, flexible and safe services. Port logistics influence a country’s foreign trade competitiveness to a great extent. Modern ports are part of logistics chains of production, transport and distribution.