From what I've gathered Argentina isn't able to make any money because it essentially refuses to bargain with debtors for their own good reasons, and when it comes to blood sucking banks and or corporations, who can blame them?
After all the World bank has a history of lending to poor countries well beyond their capacity to pay back so it can essentially grab for their minerals and other wealth?
To my Dear Argentinians,
I hope this letter meets and greets you and really all of Latin and South America with the best of health. I had been made aware of your problem and felt a greed need to try and help you solve it.
First of you must understand, your land and its resources is highly sought after and so you must not sell out to any entity quickly.
Second, if you understand that the banks and corporations are all one unit, you first begin to understand why you cannot get your stuff sell.
Argentinians, have you considered the ways of the gun runners for the Capitalist? How they go into lands sought after to help create instability and factions that are essentially dependent on them to stay in power?
My Argentinian brothers and sisters from another mother, " have you considered free independent actions away and apart from those limits given you all?"
Like the gun runners, go to the poor lands, to the government in control, the tyrants, ... to the villages, tribes and other and try to sell your goods that way. Convince them that growing their own food was never a bad idea, that feeding their people and others when they can will make them the most loved in all the land, that their good works might provoke other factions to essentially try and kill them because of their popularity and so on; You might find it to be profitable.
People are tired of war and starvation often brought on to them by (lets just say gun runners) the old colonials now called corporations.
Its the best I can do with what little information I was given via our media sources. I hope you consider whats said, and that all things great work out for you and your fellow statesmen.
With the uttermost respect and sincerity,
A true philanthropist of the human condition.