Argentina: Grain inspector strike paralyzes shipments at ports

Posted on August 24, 2012 • Filed under: Agriculture, Argentina, Business, Conflicts, Labor Issues

Exports of grains and oils from Argentina remained paralyzed on Wednesday in their ports, due to a three-day strike that began health inspectors in the country, a key supplier of food in the world, said managers of business associations.

Agro-export firms in Argentina, the second international supplier of corn and soy-third require issuing certificates inspectors to board grains and vegetable oils, so the strike raises concerns in the sector. Read Article

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