July 2001
Argentina Country Review;2001/2002, p63
Country Report
Country Report
Provides an overview on the tax system in Argentina. Same tax liabilities for foreign and Argentine firms; Assessment of tax; Legislation that provides special tax incentives to encourage investment in mining; Corporate income and capital gains tax rate.


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