Milei’s government is set to focus on shrinking the state and eliminating taxes to benefit the agricultural sector, which represents 70% of Argentina’s total exports. To oversee these policies, Milei chose Fernando Vilella, an academic and former dean of UBA, along with other professionals from the agricultural sector. Vilella presented a paper outlining the main policies needed for the agricultural sector to grow in production and become more sustainable based on the bioeconomy.
The Argentine Rural Society and Argentine Rural Confederations have expressed their support for Milei’s government and his intentions to work together to make a radical change in current agricultural policies. They call for the lowering and elimination of taxes and hope to see growth in the country’s agricultural sector soon.
Milei has expressed his support for the agricultural sector by promising to eliminate withholdings and intervene in the market. He believes that by reducing taxes, he can help farmers increase their production and create more jobs in rural areas. Additionally, Milei plans to promote sustainable agriculture practices through investment in research and development.
Vilella has emphasized the importance of promoting sustainable agriculture practices by encouraging farmers to adopt environmentally friendly methods such as crop rotation, conservation tillage, and integrated pest management (IPM). He also believes that investing in technology can help farmers increase productivity while reducing costs.
Overall, Milei’s government is committed to promoting sustainable agriculture practices while also supporting economic growth in rural areas through tax reductions and market interventions. With Vilella at his side, Milei is confident that he can make significant progress towards achieving these goals.