Falklands tensions: Minister urges British boycot

Firms in Argentina have been urged to stop importing British goods, in order to put pressure on the UK to negotiate over the future sovereignty of the Falkland Islands. Industry Minister Debora Giorgi says they should seek alternative suppliers, according to the state news agency.
Read a news report (in English) here.


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0 Responses to Falklands tensions: Minister urges British boycot

  1. anonemiss says:

    People are reading this the wrong way; it is not a boycott!

    It is exactly what the minister says: “seek alternative suppliers.” The Argentinians are cutting the ties that bind them to the UK, so they can move freely. Remember that Argentina suffered from an embargo during and after the war. The UK has used and still using boycott as a political weapon, but cry foul when others seek alternative suppliers.

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