Argentina reshuffles tax treaties

The past months have seen Argentina pull out of two important tax treaties entered into with Chile and Spain, while signing another with Uruguay. The news has met with mixed reactions, combining concern in Uruguay for the future of Argentine investment with optimism for the country’s international reputation, while fears in Chile and Spain that the move heralds a new era of Argentine protectionism have been tempered by expectations that another treaty will soon be signed.

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