Located in the centre of the country and imbued with a rich history and the benefits of a productive climate and soil, the province of Córdoba has developed a multi-pronged economy that is resilient to external shocks. This includes an agriculture sector undergoing modernisation, a value-added food industry and an automotive manufacturing segment that significantly contributes to economic growth and local employment. Posting a GDP per capita of $9288 in 2017, Córdoba is among the top provincial contributors to national GDP, at 7.9%. Córdoba has the challenge of remaining one of the most competitive regions in South America. Doing so will necessitate developing infrastructure for further expansion, sustaining business conditions so companies can thrive, empowering the workforce to support future growth and providing good social conditions for inhabitants of the province. This chapter features an interview with Juan Schiaretti, Governor of Córdoba.