Desarrollo y límites de la producción argentina de tractores (1955-1978). Su situación en el marco de la competencia internacional

Bil, Damián Andrés
April 2014
Mundo Agrario;abr2014, Vol. 14 Issue 28, p1955
Academic Journal
In this paper, we focus on a particular subject: the history of the tractor industry in Argentina from its origins to the late '70s. The objective is to analyze the potential and limits. It is crucial to introduce the auxiliary industry problems, costs, characteristics of the work process, exports and the role of international competition. This work is part of our Ph.D. Thesis. We refer to several sources: interviews with former employees, statistical series, government publications and periodical publications about the subject, reports from international organizations, business sources, and contributions from others researchers.


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