It is not news that Patricia Bullrich is contrary to many of the movements carried out under the administration of Alberto Fernández, President of the Nation. The former Minister of Security of the Nation has assured on constant occasions that the Government “improvises” and, according to this, other organizations, such as the Central Bank of the Argentine Republic (BCRA).
Source: (Radio Mitre)
Today, the leader of the PRO reconfirmed her statements. And it is that the actions taken by the BCRA have not been to the liking of the countryside, which has felt its latest measure as “an ambush” and “an extortion”, in the words of the president of the Argentine Rural Society (SRA), Nicolás del Pino , which, on this occasion, coincided with what was said by Patricia Bullrich.
The statement you referred to Patricia Bullrich stated in its title: “Agents who entered the Export Increase Program will not be able to access the foreign exchange market.” The body of the text reads: “Economic agents that have sold soybeans under the Export Increase Program will not be able to access the foreign exchange market for purchases of foreign currency nor carry out operations with titles and securities with settlement in foreign currency.” .
Through your official account Twitter, the political leader declared: “With marches and counter-marches, the Government and the BCRA continue to improvise. And Massa can’t handle his genius! They let you sell soybeans with a dollar, but they take your credit and then you can’t access the dollar. Incredible! They made you enter with your agricultural company and now they suffocate you!”.
This provision came into force today, September 20, and has no deadlines or expiration dates, nothing that allows those who produce -and accessed the benefit of the soybean dollar- to know how the hand is coming. From the Government they affirmed that the measure will not affect those who participated in the program, which contradicts the BCRA statement; For its part, the Liaison Table requested the intervention of President Fernández.