In the last ten years the export of Mendoza fell by 15% in value and lost almost half of the share they had over the provincial economy.
This is demonstrated by a study conducted by the Mendocino Business Council (CEM) based on data from the Directorate for Statistics and Economic Research (DEIE) and the National Institute for Statistics and Counts (Indec).
The report indicates that the province in 2008 totaled one USD 1,588 million FOB, while in 2017 it reached the value of U $ S 1,337 million FOB. The comparison from one year to another shows a withdrawal of US $ 251 million and a decrease of 15.8% from one end to the other.
More information in the print edition of Los Andes.