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Reference FCO 7/1476
Department/Office Foreign Office
Title Annual Review for Argentina for 1969 (1970)
Description UK relations over Meat and the Falkland Islands have developed remarkably well despite the balance widening in favour of Argentina bilateral trade. Argentine economy suffered from setbacks. Subversive incidents and widespread disorder in the provinces involving labour, students and dissident groups with the army intervening resulting in deaths. The government appeared to be in trouble and the army put the President on notice to do better. Internationally Argentina appeared pro-Western and anti-Communist.
Date 1970
Collection The Nixon Years, 1969-1974
Region South America
Countries Argentina, Falkland Islands
Places Argentina; Brazil; Britain; Chile; Ecuador; Europe; Falkland Islands; Geneva; Germany; Guyana; Latin America; Paraguay; Peru; Spain; United Kingdom; United States of America; Uruguay; Venezuela
People Rockefeller, Nelson; Stewart, Michael
Topics Balance of Payments; Bank of England; British Embassy; Communist; Demonstrations; Department of State; Disarmament; Economy; Education; Exports; Health; Inflation; organisation; Organisation of American States; Payments; Strikes; Taxes; The Nine; Trade; Trade unions; United Nations; Wages; Welfare
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