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BUENOS AIRES, April 1 (Reuters) - Argentina's tax revenue jumped 30.6 percent in March from a year earlier to 78.71 billion pesos ($9.8 billion), the government said on Tuesday, below the median forecast of 81.2 billion pesos estimated in a Reuters poll of analysts.
Private economists have estimated Argentina's inflation at between 25 and 30 percent a year, which would mean the increase in tax revenue is largely explainable by consumer price increases.
$1=8.0025 Argentina pesos as of March 31 Reporting by Alejandro Lifschitz; Editing by James Dalgleish