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A ticket and Argentine money are seen in a cofee bar in Buenos Aires downtown on January 24, 2014. Argentine pesos bills in Buenos Aires on January 24, 2014. Argentina on Friday lifted restrictions in place since 2011 that limited the purchase of foreign currency, a day after the peso suffered its worst single-day dive since the 2002 financial crisis. The government has decided 'to authorize the purchase of dollars for holding or savings,' said Jorge Capitanich, President Cristina Kirchner's cabinet chief. The restrictions had always been temporary and had served their purpose. AFP PHOTO / LEO LA VALLE (Photo credit should read LEO LA VALLE/AFP/Getty Images)
A ticket and Argentine money are seen in a cofee bar in Buenos Aires downtown on January 24, 2014. Argentine pesos bills in Buenos Aires on January 24, 2014. Argentina on Friday lifted restrictions in place since 2011 that limited the purchase of foreign currency, a day after the peso suffered its worst single-day dive since the 2002 financial crisis. The government has decided 'to authorize the purchase of dollars for holding or savings,' said Jorge Capitanich, President Cristina Kirchner's cabinet chief. The restrictions had always been temporary and had served their purpose. AFP PHOTO / LEO LA VALLE (Photo credit should read LEO LA VALLE/AFP/Getty Images)

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Argentina está cerrando el sinceramiento de capitales más grande de su historia

El plan, que se conoce popularmente como blanqueo de capitales, podría llegar a los 130.000 millones de dólares. El programa de sinceramiento fiscal se lanzó en agosto del año pasado y hasta finales del 2016 los interesados podían declarar sus bienes en el exterior pagando solo el 10% de lo declarado. Claudio Zuchovicki analiza.

Argentina está cerrando el sinceramiento de capitales más grande de su historia

El plan, que se conoce popularmente como blanqueo de capitales, podría llegar a los 130.000 millones de dólares. El programa de sinceramiento fiscal se lanzó en agosto del año pasado y hasta finales del 2016 los interesados podían declarar sus bienes en el exterior pagando solo el 10% de lo declarado. Claudio Zuchovicki analiza.