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Argentina: San Juan to increase its surfaces by 10%

29/08/2017 - François-Xavier Branthôme - Lire en français
In a recent declaration about the level of production in the San Juan province, and the problems caused by imported paste, the representative of the Tomate 2000 association, Horacio Angelelli, announced: "We are going to increase the surfaces planted with processing tomatoes by 10%."

At the same time, Mr. Angelelli pointed out that the flow of imports has remained steady because local production remains insufficient and foreign produced products are cheaper than local production.

Sources: sanjuan8

Some complementary data
Over the past five years, foreign purchases of pastes have involved products produced in Chile (80%), China (14%), Peru (4%) and the USA (1%).
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