Argentine agrochemical trade 2006/07
Argentine exports of pesticides reached $102.4 million in the first half of 2007, while the country imported some $373.8 million of agrochemicals. The figures include adjuvants and some intermediates. They come from a survey by the Argentine national animal and plant health inspection service, the Senasa. The study shows that the country exported 40,374 tonnes of pesticides for the period and that its volume imports reached 92,800 tonnes. Argentina's imports were 58.8% more expensive per kg of ai than its exports, according to the study.