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FAA: 'Farming sector going on strike again'

Eduardo Buzzi.
Eduardo Buzzi.
Eduardo Buzzi.

The head of the Argentine Agrarian Federation, Eduardo Buzzi, announced that farming leaders have decided to go on strike again to protest against the National Government’s “destructive policies” targeting the farming sector.

Buzzi explained that further details of the strike will be released on Tuesday and that it will last “at least seven days,” in an effort to send a clear sign to a Government “that has made an enemy out of one of the main engines” of Argentine productivity.

According to the FAA representative, the strike will involve halting grain trade and the loading of grain on cargo ships. He warned the strike “could affect livestock as well.”

“The Argentine farming sector is going on strike. Farming producers, regional economies, we’re all doing it,” he said.

Buzzi also assured that the protest “will not affect the population” since “it’s a measure related to cargo ships docked on the ports, waiting to be loaded, to grain trade and livestock. Although I’m sure there will be meat at the butcher shop,” he concluded.

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