Regulatory Agency Sites
The National Administration of Drugs, Foods, and Medical Devices, also known as Administración Nacional de Medicamentos, Alimentos y Tecnología Médica (ANMAT), is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the healthcare, pharmaceuticals, and food and beverage industries within Argentina. The site contains information on regulations, press releases, and publications as well as state agency and medical publications links. Some areas of the site are only available in Spanish.
The National Entity of Communications (ENACOM) regulates the audiovisual sector in Argentina by implementing and enforcing regulatory policies while also granting operation permits. ENACOM protects consumers by providing easy access to broadcasts, ensuring fair prices, and monitoring the quality and appropriateness of broadcasts. Only available in Spanish.
Argentina's National Space Activities Commission, also known as Comisión Nacional de Actividades Espaciales (CONAE), represents the nation's civil research and development capabilities in space activities. CONAE develops advanced space technology, enhances economic and human resources, and builds international space cooperation. The site is only available in Spanish.
The National Stock Market of Argentina, also known as Comision Nacional de Valores (CNV), is responsible for the regulation and oversight of the Argentinian Financial Services Industry. The site is only available in Spanish.
The National Institute of Statistics and Census, also known as Instituto Nacional de Estadística y Censos (INDEC), is responsible for providing statistical data about economic activity, investment, labor market, prices, foreign trade, public finance, capital market, and money and banking in Argentina. Available in Spanish with limited availability in English.
The Emerging Market Global Players (EMGP) project, a collaborative effort led by the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment, ranks multinational enterprises in emerging markets according to the level of foreign assets held. The project also works to strengthen international investment by providing educational services, policy analysis, as well as tools and resources through extensive research. Reports are listed by country and can be downloaded in PDF.
This resource, produced by the ExportAr Foundation, offers a wealth of business information. Some of the tools available include province reports, exporting reports, economic sector reports, and market analysis. Publications regarding trade opportunities in Argentina are also provided. Some parts of the site are only available in Spanish.
International Business Development, or Desarrollo de Negocios Internacionales (DNI), is an organization that provides business services for small and medium-sized enterprises with foreign counterparts. While their services are fee-based, the website offers free access to a wide variety of articles on topics such as Argentinian imports and exports, the future outlook of international trade in Argentina, and a comparison of Argentina with the rest of the region.