Global buisness Essay

Submitted By dazzlyn22
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Argentina, the second-largest country in Latin America, occupies most of the southern part of the South American continent. It is bounded by the Atlantic Ocean in the east and south; its neighbours are Brazil and Uruguay to the North-east and east, Bolivia and Paraguay to the north and Chile to the West. The terrain is made up mostly of Low or Flatlands, although it also features some major mountain ranges and tablelands situated at a high altitude above sea level. Argentina is a federal country, divided into 23 provinces which have the same political status as the Australian states. The country is divided geographically into six regions: the Pampas, the North-West, Cuyo, the North-East, Mesopotamia, and the Patagonia and South Atlantic Islands, Malvinas being the largest. Like Australia, Argentina also claims sovereignty rights over part of Antarctica. Disadvantages: High crime rate, economically uncertainty, expensive gas, long distance from Buenos Aires to others touristic attractions as Bariloche, Glaciar Perito Moreno, the Beaches or Iguazu Falls. Total population of Argentina as estimated in the year 2013 in the month of July was about 42,610,981 persons. Majority of the population resides in the Buenos Aires province. Only 0.5 5 of the total population comprises of the indigenous population of Argentina. These people are the Collas, Mapuches, Tobas, Chiriguanos and Matacos.

The major cities and bigger provinces of Argentina like Buenos Aires, Chaco,