1 de febrero de 2017 / 18:31 / en 9 meses

Argentina says tax revenue rose 30 pct in January from year earlier

BUENOS AIRES, Feb 1 (Reuters) - Argentina’s tax revenue rose 30 percent in January from a year earlier to 211.413 billion pesos ($13.39 billion, the AFIP tax agency said on Wednesday.

The government’s tax intake is increasing as Argentines participate in an amnesty program in which they pay fees to declare previously hidden funds. Still-high inflation in Latin America’s third-largest economy has also contributed to increases in revenue from consumption taxes.

$1 = 15.7900 Argentine pesos Reporting by Luc Cohen; Editing by Lisa Von Ahn

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