Asociaciones empresarias del agro y crisis de acumulación, 1998 1999. Un antecedente de la "Mesa de Enlace"

Salvia, Sebastián P.
April 2014
Mundo Agrario;abr2014, Vol. 14 Issue 28, following p2012
Academic Journal
The aim of this paper is to reconstruct the action of the agriculture business associations in 1998-99, analyzing it vis a vis the sector situation in the economic crisis. We analyze the situation of agriculture under the Currency board by official statistics and literature. Furthermore, we address the demands of the organization and business associations in agriculture through documents, statements and declarations. About the results, we can highlight the change to a critical position of SRA and CRA in the crisis, the similarity of demands with FAA and Coninagro and the different degrees of unity expressed in the process.


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