"I didn’t want to buy it," he said in Bariloche, Argentina, on Sept. 17. But he said he was persuaded after officials from the Argentine unit of Embotelladora Andina S.A. visited him twice to urge him to go through with the deal. The Coca-Cola bottler offered to finance half of the acquisition by agreeing to a long-term sugar purchase contract, he said.
A companhia de Luque entrou com cerca de 44 por cento do preço da compra e 6 por cento vieram dos bancos argentinos Comafi e Banco Supervielle, disse ele. Agora esses bancos estão assessorando a empresa, mas o grupo também está aberto a conversar com outros assessores, disse ele. A expansão no negócio do açúcar faz sentido desde que o governo do presidente Mauricio Macri aumentou a quantidade mínima de bioetanol na gasolina de 10 por cento para 12 por cento.
President Mauricio Macri will submit at least four bills to Argentina’s congress after mid-term elections next month to reignite the economic agenda he put on hold in the run-up to the Oct. 22 balloting. The proposals include changes to the fiscal and tax systems, and an amnesty for employers who don’t register workers, according to a senior member of the government who asked not to be named because the plans aren’t yet public.
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Selecting a term
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