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They announce a change in foreign currency entry control for exporters

They announce a change in foreign currency entry control for exporters

The National Customs Directorate (DGA) repealed an instruction that established the procedures to be followed in the event of detecting exports for which the settlement of foreign currency was not recorded in the Central Bank. Implying?

The General Instruction number 6 published by Customs informed that now that responsibility will pass to the control of the central bank and thus repealed General Instruction 7 approved in November 2022, which established that the DGA, upon verification of the lack of currency registration in the BCRA could establish preventive suspension established in article 97 of the Customs Code since said non-compliance could be understood as susceptible to resenting registration control and favoring conditions that violate the economic order.

The fundamentals of this decision are based on the modifications adopted by the Decree of Necessity and Urgency No. 70/23 to the customs disciplinary regime and with the interpretation made by the Ministry of Economy in this regard, in order to adapt the procedural guidelines to be observed by the areas responsible for the actions that are currently in progress.

He Customs Clearance Center reported that now the DGA will not have jurisdiction to control the entry of foreign currency and the actions that are in process as a result of it will be archived. However, the controls carried out by the Risk Management Directorate, which depends on the General Subdirectorate of Customs Control they will continue their course.

BCRA Central Bank

The foundations of this decision are based on the modifications adopted by the Decree of Necessity and Urgency No. 70/23

Ignacio Petunchi

Eduardo Mallea, new head of Customs

The Government decided to replace Rosana Lodovico as head of Customs and appointed Eduardo Mallea in her place. The new official is a specialist in Customs Law and Foreign Trade.

Eduardo Mallea is a lawyer, partner of the Bruchou & Funes law firm in Rioja and is in charge of the Customs Law and Foreign Trade. He is also an art collector and vice president of the arteBA Foundation.

Graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Buenos Aires (UBA), Mallea provides customs advice to both national and international clients and was a speaker at various seminars related to foreign trade.

In addition, he is a member of the Argentine Association of Fiscal Studies, the Argentine Institute of Customs Studies, the International Business Committee of the Chambers of Companies and the Import-Export Committee of the Argentine Chamber of Commerce.

Outside the field of law, he also stands out as an art fan: since 2021 he has been the vice president of ARTE BA, a meeting platform that brings together artists, gallery owners, curators, collectors, buyers, who make up the cultural and artistic ecosystem in Argentina

Source: Ambito

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