This content is from: Sponsored Content

Reforms seek to reduce fiscal deficit

Argentina’s anticipated financial difficulties in 2000 have led the new government to turn to the tax system as a money-spinner. Taxpayers can expect to pay a heavy price. Lilian Falcón of PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Buenos Aires reports

To access our market-driven intelligence please request a trial here.

Read this article – and more – for a 30 day period.


Are you already an ITR subscriber? Log in here

Related Content

Instant access to all of our content. Membership Options | 30 Day Trial