by: Antonio Arias (Argentina), Ignacio Bard (Argentina), Roberto Vianna do R Barros (Brasil), Lucas Bernabé (Brasil), Jorge Timmermann (Chile), Natalia Cox (Chile), Juan Camilo Varon (Colombia), Edgar RomoContinue Reading Regulación Fintech: Finanzas Abiertas
Argentina’s Federal Tax Authority (AFIP), pursuant to Resolution No. 4815/2020, has established an additional 35 percent tax on transactions subject to the PAIS Tax.
Passed by the National Congress on December 23, 2019 through…
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On October 19, 2020, Argentina’s Federal Tax Authority (AFIP, for its acronym in Spanish) issued General Resolution 4838/2020, which establishes an information regime on tax planning (hereinafter the Tax Planning Regime), including regulations for its…
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After four extensions over the past year, the final Argentina Transfer Pricing Documentation Regulations (General Resolution N 4717) have been published and these final regulations are effective for…
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Software companies and others in the knowledge-based economy are noting a surprising development in Argentina, where the tax regime benefiting companies in the knowledge-based economy has been put on hold.
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On September 1, 2019, the Argentine Government issued Executive Decree No. 609/2019 (the “Decree”) which reinstated certain foreign exchange restrictions that had been in effect prior to…
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Guest post from Bergstein Law of Uruguay
On June 28, 2019 the European Union and the MERCOSUR group − comprised of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay − reached a mutual understanding over a trade agreement. Both sides have been negotiating such an agreement for 20 years. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker calls this the largest trade agreement the European Union has ever concluded.
Continue Reading After 20 years of negotiations, EU and MERCOSUR reach understanding on free trade agreement