Argentine farmer groups threaten to deepen protests over beef export ban

Argentine rural producers threatened on Saturday to ramp up protest measures if the government did not back down on a meat export ban, an emergency measure taken in a bid to bolster domestic supply amid runaway inflation.Farmers in the South American country have halted the domestic trade of livestock to protest against the ban. Argentina is a major exporter of grains including soy, corn and wheat, and one of the top global beef exporters.“If we don’t get answers (from the government),…

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