Report reveals that Salta is the best Argentine province to invest in mining

Report reveals that Salta is the best Argentine province to invest in mining
Report reveals that Salta is the best Argentine province to invest in mining

According to the prestigious ranking of the Fraser Institute, Argentina is positioned as the fourth most attractive region in the world for the mining investmentwith Salta as the best located province within the country.

Political stability and the reduction of concerns related to land claims and trade barriers improved the perception of the investors towards Salta. However, concerns still exist in areas such as community development, the fiscal regime and infrastructure.

Salta has managed to position itself as the best-ranked Argentine province in terms of politics, with a significant increase of 25.71 points in its Mining Industry Policy Index (IPP) this year.“according to the report.

On the other hand, San Juanwho previously led in Latin America, fell to 34th place among 86 jurisdictions, experiencing a decrease in their IPP score. Among the concerns in San Juan The quality of the geological database and the availability of qualified labor stand out.

By contrast, La Rioja is positioned as the jurisdiction with the worst policies and one of the least attractive for investment, with concerns about labor regulation and the legal system.

At the national level, Argentina improved its IPP score, reaching 64.40 points, with a significant increase in provinces such as Jujuy and Salta. However, other provinces such as Catamarca, Chubut, Mendoza, Neuqun, Ro Negro and Santa Cruz They were eliminated from the ranking.

The prominent position of Jump as an attractive destination for mining investment reflects its potential and its commitment to the sustainable development of the industry in the region.

 
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