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AFIP reveals products exempt from internet shopping restrictions

The Federal Administration of Public Incomes (AFIP) has released the list of products which will not be subject to new restrictions put in place on the purchase of products from overseas, made via the internet.

According to a press statement published today, the goods mentioned on the list, which can be consulted at the following link (, will not have to be declared to the revenue agency with a sworn statement.

The list of articles includes "books, prescription medicines, works of art covered by law 24,633 and other necessary products for the receiver, duly registered by the customs services."

The AFIP reiterated that in the event of having to pay the tariff of 50 percent of the purchase's value, the buyer must go to the appropriate Post Office or sutoms office, with the sworn statement and proof of payment.



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