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ARGENTINA: Govt Lashes Out at ‘Hidden Money’

Bottom Line: Argentina is hoping to reign in hidden money and redirect it to government coffers with a new “tax amnesty” as the black market exchange rate hits 5.2 pesos per US dollar and foreign currency reserves drop to a six-year low.

Analysis: In mid-May the black market exchange rate in Argentina reached 10 pesos per US$1 dollar at the same time the official exchange rate was 5.2 pesos per dollar. The disparity demonstrates a continued lack confidence in the peso, making for a dire shortage of dollars in Argentina. Aside from ordinary people and businesses who struggle to build up savings in a nation with strict currency controls and inflation estimated at 25 percent a year, the Central Bank is also running low on liquid capital. In April, foreign reserves dropped to below $40 billion for the first time in six years. Meanwhile, the Minister of the Economy Axel Kicillof says Argentines have squirreled away at least $160 billion in undeclared foreign bank accounts.

So President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner presented a law to bring that “hidden money” in from the shadows (whether in Swiss bank accounts or dollars stuffed in their mattress), to government coffers. The tax amnesty or “blanqueo” approved by Parliament on 29 May allows individual and corporate taxpayers in Argentina to legalize their foreign cash without paying any fines or back taxes. There are two vehicles for participants; both are intended to stimulate…




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