Printing Industry offers to print books that can not be imported
April 21, 2012
After the action taken by the Secretary of Domestic Trade to prevent the importation of large quantities of books, the Graphic Industry Federation (FIG) offered to print “whatever publishers request.”
The holder of FIG Argentine said that printers are prepared to overcome the side effects of the decision of Guillermo Moreno, which aims to reduce the deficit in trade balance.
Part of the solution came when he allowed through private purchases, which were the majority.
“The graphics industry in Argentina is among the best in the world and has the ability to produce all the different publishers of the market will apply,” he said.
“Next month I travel to Germany to participate in Drupa, the most recognized worldwide, where buy new machines to continue supplying to the domestic industry,” he added.