Exploring the intricacies of the Argentina-Spain tax treaty
The new double tax treaty between Argentina and Spain has been in place for more than two months, having been signed in March (with retrospective effect to January 1 2013) after the unexpected termination of the old accord. Guillermo Teijeiro, of Teijeiro & Ballone Abogados, looks at why the old treaty was replaced, and analyses the new agreement in the context of Argentina’s wider treaty network.
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