President Alberto Fernández and Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner led, at the Bicentennial Museum of the Casa Rosada, the presentation of the bill “Promotion of Agroindustrial Development”, which fundamentally proposes to add value to products to create jobs and promote investments, increase exports of goods and services of the sector, increase foreign exchange income and reach the goal of 200 million tons of cereal production, oilseeds and legumes in 2030.
The initiative aims to consolidate our country as an agri-food and agro-industrial leader in a world that demands more food every day and accompany the sector for the creation of 700,000 quality jobs by 2030, with clear and long-term rules that ensure stability and generate confidence. Tax and tax benefits will also be established for producers and in this way it seeks to encourage investment from the different agricultural chains. Five criteria (production, employment, sales, exports and investments) will be established to establish the baselines of incrementality. The act took place after several complicated weeks for the ruling party. The internal crisis began with the results of the PASO, Cristina’s letter and the change of ministers.