Argentina posts first trade deficit since 2018 after port strike

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(Buenos Aires Times)

Country recorded a trade deficit of US$364 million in December, government data published Tuesday showed. While imports grew 25% in annual terms driven by an economic recovery, exports slumped by 34%.

Argentina posted its first trade deficit since August 2018 as exports collapsed after a lengthy strike in some port operations.

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