June 25 (Bloomberg) -- Argentina is extending the time some companies have to bring back export revenue to the country, according to the official gazette.
The resolution published today lists about 120 companies that are given from 90 to 180 days to repatriate foreign currency. The previous timeframes weren’t disclosed.
The measure includes food company Molinos Rio de la Plata SA, mining company Minera Alumbrera Ltd. and some wineries.
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