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The results reported here emphasize the need for an integrated surveillance system for WNV in Argentina with greater diagnostic capacity and the need for development of control strategies.
While most of the telecom market in Argentina is deregulated, the company Telecom, controlled by Telecom Italia, Argentina's Grupo Werthein and minority partner France Telecom, and Telefonica itself continue to negotiate with the government over contracts, since fixed-line rates remain frozen.
There are roughly 1,000 combines equipped with yield monitors in Argentina and only about 100 in Brazil, compared to some 45,000 combines with yield monitors in the U.
Neither we nor the government of Argentina, however, have lost sight of the other ties that link us including those in the political, trade, cultural, scientific, educational and social areas.
Do Cry for Argentina, Say Exiles in Atlanta," Atlanta Journal and Constitution
Outbreak of type A botulism and development of a botulism surveillance and antitoxin release system in Argentina.
Argentina has arranged for more than 20 loans from the IMF.
The market for Baby personal care in Argentina increased between 2000-2005, growing at an average annual rate of 3.
According to Pyramid Research, short messaging revenue in Argentina shot up fivefold to $117 million in 2004 from the year before.
Isolation and characterization of Escherichia coli O157:H7 from retail meats in Argentina.
They won't be talking about the ``hand of God'' goal anymore in Argentina and England.
com/reports/c48242) has announced the addition of "Wine in Argentina to 2010" to their offering.
As a hydrological engineer at the Yacyreta dam, a huge hydroelectric project straddling the border of Argentina and Paraguay, he's on the front line of Argentina's desperate search for new energy sources.