Argentina's tax revenue rises 26 pct in 2012
BUENOS AIRES Jan 2 (Reuters) - Argentina's tax revenue rose 26 percent in 2012 from a year earlier to 679.80 billion pesos ($138 billion), the government said on Wednesday.
The AFIP tax agency said December's revenue rose 27 percent from the same month a year earlier to 62.22 billion pesos, beating expectations for income of 61.21 billion pesos in a Reuters poll.
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