Argentina abolishes income tax
Gesara.news » » Argentina abolishes income taxDate: September 15, 2023
Argentina's government, ahead of a critical October 22nd election, has surprised many by announcing a tax exemption for millions of citizens, sparing them from income tax payments.
This move, amidst rampant inflation, directly contradicts Argentina's IMF deal, causing controversy.
It's seen as a political strategy to win favor in the election, but critics worry about its impact on fiscal responsibility and economic stability.
This decision underscores the intricate relationship between economic policy and politics in Argentina and raises questions about the nation's global financial reputation.
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