January 2003
Industrial Chemicals in Argentina: A Strategic Reference, 2003;2003, p163
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Chapter 4, Section four of the book "Industrial Chemicals in Argentina: A Strategic Reference, 2003," is presented. It explores the commercial policies in the country which remains open to foreign investments. The economic crisis that began in December 2001 undermined the financial base for many existing foreign investments.


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