The strike by workers at grain-loading ports in Argentina in recent days has caused some problems for the country’s agricultural sector.
It seems that the above strikes could cause billions of dollars in damage to the country’s agriculture.
Published reports indicate that the start of these strikes had a devastating effect on cereals harvesting.
Farmers in the country, are struggling with the negative effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on their businesses.
Meanwhile, four production chains of corn, soybeans, wheat, and sunflower have called on the government to participate in a dialogue between workers’ representatives and grain traders.
Experts believe that the country has little ability to pay for the damage caused by these strikes so the government should play an arbitrating role in this conflict.
It should be noted that negotiations are underway between workers’ representatives and responsible institutions.