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The Uruguayan government is conducting an extensive campaign to promote beef and is now promoting it at the expo Zaragoza (an exhibition which will last three months), with the aim of achieving greater market penetration in Europe. Also in the sheep meat market, Uruguay wants to keep growing. On his trip to Mexico, Uruguayan President Tabare Vazquez, succeeded in opening the Mexican market to Uruguayan mutton.

Eadmund, gathered about the views of the Uruguayan ambassador in Mexico Jose Korzeniak: a Mexico is a market that imports 40% of beef consumed and 56% of sheep meat you eat. For that reason we believe it is an interesting market for our meat oviparous . To close and, if investment in the food sector are not interest them, I want to say that yesterday announced the discovery of natural gas deposits on the continental shelf, while the Uruguayan government considered it highly probable the existence of oil in the territorial sea front Punta del Este resort about 100 miles offshore. The president of the Ancap, Raul Sendic, the Uruguayan company that made the discovery, saying more moderate: a The interpretation we already have available shows that in several areas of the platform accumulations of natural gas but we can still determine whether or oil, which is what we really interesaa .

I still can not accurately estimate the magnitude of the discovery, but the Uruguayan authorities are hoping that will help alleviate the external dependency that has the country. In addition, Sendic said that the Uruguayan government is contacting international companies to sell the information and make a call interested in exploring the area since the middle of next year. We will meet again tomorrow, Horacio Horacio Daniel Pozzo Pozzo holds a BA in Economics and Master in Economics, both studies at the Universidad Nacional de La Plata (UNLP) -. Since 1999 and for three years he worked on planning and financial management in the private sector. He then worked as a researcher for the Center for Financial Stability where he participated in research projects for the World Bank, the Embassy of Great Britain, the IDB, CAF, among other international agencies, specializing in matters of Corporate Governance and Risk Capital . From November 2005 through November 2007 was part of the staff of Foundation Capital economists specializing in issues of inflation, monetary policy and the financial system. Currently teaches Macroeconomics II Catholic University of La Plata (UCALP), serving as acting assistant professor.