Farmland in Argentina. In the last eight years, foreign ownership has declined considerably

In 2011, the government of Cristina Kirchner passed a law to limit the ownership of farmland by foreigners. And, among other things, it established that a foreigner could not have more than 1000 hectares in the middle of the core agricultural zones. The provinces then made equivalences to that area. At that time the law was imposed on the grounds that there were millions of hectares controlled by foreigners. However, according to a subsequent census carried out through the National Registry of Rural Lands,…
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