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Argentina asa country is very fascinating and exciting to visit as it is a remarkable medley of shades, colors and contrasts wrapped in a single package.It is Big,Mysterious. Melancholy, yet fun-loving with the tinge of excitement that one needs to enjoy a hloiday or vacation.very simple and Uncomplicated, yet complex to understand all that it has to offer to its tourists.It is a culturally beautiful country with the right blend of cultures and traditions that speak loud in this country.Therefore the people of Argentina and its people combine all of these traits: a blend of the sophisticated and the basic, the modern and the seasoned, the wild and the cultured yet they are very modern and up to dated with the trends with the world market.The pulsing excitement of Buenos Aires that is the capital of Argentina, the wild plains country of the central pampas; the spectacular sweep of Iguazu Falls that is by far the most specatacular water fall when the tourism scenario is considered and the Patagonian glaciers, blue lakes and green valleys are just mind blowing that take you to the world that is very different and thrilling to the hilt.It is a delightful paradox beckoning the traveler with its unspoiled natural wonders, great beauty, friendliness, and that special thrill of discovering something completely new, unique, never experienced. So WELCOME! to the land that thrills and makes your holiday just perfect for you to enjoy and cherish as a memory that will last forever and ever.
Business and Economy
Argentina is strong as far as its economy and business are concerned.Latin America's two biggest economies are on the verge of a trade war.Brazil has suspended all trade talks with Argentina after the latter introduced several hurdles to limit the import of Brazilian products.These trade dealings have definitely affected the economy and business of Argentina but it still goes strong.It was yaers ago that Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay set up the Mercosur trading bloc, with Bolivia and Chile as associate partners.But the devaluation of Brazil's currency during last year's global economic crisis has undermined prospects for trade liberalisation. This has in turn made Argentina be in a particularly tricky situation that sees its market in question. Its economy is shrinking, and its industries is priced out of the markets because of the country's strong curreny. The devaluation has made the country's competitiveness in stake in front of the world market that has some very influential countries who decide on the trends of the rest of the world.In an attempt to protect its industries, Argentina has now set import quotas for Brazilian textiles, minimum prices for steel and other regulatory hurdles for importing home appliances.
Argentina is a country that is situtaed in the South of America between the Andes in the western part and the southern Atlantic ocean in the east and south. It is bordered by Paraguay and Bloivia in the north. The places that one can visit in an around this dcountry are The British Overseas territories and the Falklands Island, South Georgia.Argentina claims around 1,000,000 Km of Antartica. By area, it is the second largest country of South America after Brazil and the 8th largest country in the world.
Area: total: 176,220 sq km
land: 173,620 sq km
water: 2,600 sq km
Population: 3,415,920 (July 2005 est.)
Age Structure: 0-14 years: 23.2% (male 403,041/female 389,427)
15-64 years: 63.6% (male 1,076,960/female 1,095,833)
65 years and over: 13.2% (male 183,877/female 266,782) (2005 est.)
Median age: total: 32.46 years
male: 31.02 years
female: 33.95 years (2005 est.)
Population growth rate: 0.47% (2005 est.)
GDP: purchasing power parity - $49.27 billion (2005 est.)
GDP - real growth rate: 10.2% (2005 est.)
GDP - per capita: purchasing power parity - $14,500 (2005 est.)
GDP - composition by sector:
services: 64.8% (2005 est.)