Hello!. The history of Commodore in Argentina in a summary: In Argentina you could buy the Commodore (made in usa) or the Drean Commodore (made in Argentina / USA). The big difference is that the Drean version, in the C64 model is PAL and in the C128 it is NTSC. All Drean machines must have the Drean sticker.
How Drean starts selling C64 computers in Argentina, it's a beautiful story ... Drean bought C64 that did not work (electronic problems, chip burned, etc) to Commodore, imported them to Argentina, repaired them and sold them. (and they added the Drean sticker and made in Argentina). The funny thing was that a Drean machine was more expensive than a Commodore but it came with manuals in Spanish and a 220v PSU.
Drean did very well, added more and better products (C64C (the case was manufactured by them) and GEOS in Spanish).
In those years they competed against Talent MSX dpc 200 (another product "manufactured" in Argentina (manufactured by Daewoo)).
Everything ends with the PC, political and economic changes.