Argentina's Ölmüller want to import soy beans

The production of oil in Argentina have a load of only 65-70%, although the country has retracted a bumper crop for the soybean in 2014/15. The weak utilization is justified due to low international oil and meal prices, as well as by Government export inspections, which inhibit the export of these products. Also, the processing capacities have been continually expanded in recent years.
Now, the Federation representatives request to import soybeans from the neighboring countries, to be able to operate the plants more economically. Imports from Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay and Uruguay to consider would be. However, the Argentine legislation prohibits such imports.

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