Main article: South America
2020: The ninth default on external bonds
Argentina allowed a default on external bonds — the ninth in the history of the country. The government did not pay on May 22, 2020 $500 million interests on three series of bonds and conducts negotiations with creditors on restructuring of an external debt.
Extraction of silver
Export of wheat
The minimum age for acquisition of alcoholic beverages
Number of prisoners
1982: Defeat in the Falkland war
The Falkland war began on April 2, 1982 with invasion and capture by Argentina of the Falkland Islands (South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands next day) in attempt to set sovereignty for which it applied.
On April 5 the government of Great Britain sent naval operational connection for the attack of Naval Forces and the Air Force of Argentina before disembarkation of a sea landing in the territory of islands.
The conflict lasted 74 days and came to the end with defeat of Argentina on June 14, 1982 and return of control over the islands of Great Britain.
In total during fighting 649 Argentina and 255 British servicemen and also three inhabitants of the Falkland Islands died.