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AFIP tightens restrictions on internet shopping

The Federal Administration of Personal Incomes (AFIP) has widened controls on purchasing goods online from outside Argentina, restricting consumers to just two transactions per year tax-free.

The total value of goods brought via the internet also cannot exceed 25 dollars.

The new measures, which come just one day after the tax entity introduced a new compulsory form for web shoppers, was announced this morning in the Official Bulletin, signed by president Ricardo Echegaray.

"The individuals who make purchases from foreign providers, which enter the country through the postal service - door-to-door service included - will be able to use the procedure detailed in General Resolution 3579 two times in the calendar year, the annual limit of 25 dollars applying," the official text explains. 

The organisation added that a list of products that "will be exempt from the current regulations," would be published on the AFIP website.
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