June 25, 2020 |
Vicentín, one of the largest agriculture groups in Argentina, is continuing to hold talks with potential partners to help pull the company out of financial problems as the federal government appears to be softening its proposal to expropriate the company.
"We continue chatting with everyone," Vicentín director Maximiliano Padoan told Ámbito Financiero newspaper on Wednesday when asked if talks were still being held with potential buyers or partners.
The company had been in talks earlier this yea
Argentine soy exporter keeps M&A talks alive, even as the government weighs seizing the company