The foreign exchange restrictions have multiple effects on the Argentine economy.
One of the sectors that could not escape its consequences is wool production, a luxury market that Argentina leads worldwide and used to generate revenues of up to US$260 million annually.
While the economic team is trying to preserve and strengthen the scarce international reserves, the sheep industry is going through a limitation in its growth in a context in which its main strength is exporting, but which currently has an unfavorable exchange rate and a gap that affects the operation of the activity.
Thus, after going through . . .