January 2003
Lawn & Garden Equipment in Argentina: A Strategic Reference, 200;2003, p234
Industry Profile
Industry Overview
The article provides information on the two types of tax-exempt trading areas in Argentina. Foreign Trades Zones is defined by the law as territory outside the "general customs area (GCA)" where neither the inflows nor outflows of exported final merchandise are subject to tariffs, non-tariff barriers, or other taxes on goods. Under the Law 19640 passed in 1972, products manufactured in an Special Customs Area may enter the GCA free from taxes or tariffs.


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