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Concordia, located in the province of Entre Rio, is a developing Argentine city. Its economy depends mainly on agriculture, livestock and industry.

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Buenos Aires, Argentina's capital city, has a dynamic economy essentially based on the tertiary sector with services, finance, tourism, communications.

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Mendoza's economy is based on several sectors: agriculture, mining, tourism, offering various job opportunities for expatriates.

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In Cordoba, Argentina, several sectors, including tourism, the automotive industry,information and communication technology are recruiting.

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Rosario, located in the Santa Fe province, Argentina, has a dynamic economy. Its labor market is rather open to expatriates.

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Argentina's labor market highly lacks skilled and qualified professionals. Thus, it is quite open to expatriates from around the world. Note that the minimum wage has been set at 2 071 pesos per month in 2012.

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It is not difficult to find a job in Argentina as an expatriate. The country has many national, international and multinational companies which regularly offer jobs opportunities to qualified professionals from around the world.

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Internships in Argentina generally have a maximum duration of six months. To do an internship in the country, you may apply for a tourist visa which is valid for 90 days, or a temporary visa which will be valid during three months up to three years.

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You must obtain a professional visa or a resident visa if you want to set up a business in Argentina. Thereafter, you have to determine the status for your company and register it with relevant authorities: Ministry of Economy and Public Finance, Public Registry of Commerce, etc.

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The Working Holiday Visa (WHV) allows you to make a 12 months professional trip in Argentina. You must be between 18 and 30 years old to be eligible for a WHV and hold a valid passport at the time of application and during your stay.

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