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Ricardo Echegaray

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Local Address: Argentina

Employment History

  • Head
    Federal Administration
  • Head

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
104 Total References
Web References
Despite the vehemence with which the ..., 21 Oct 2014 [cached]
Despite the vehemence with which the AFIP head, Ricardo Echegaray, said: "Cristina Fernandez and Lázaro Báez are not partners," the commercial and business ties of mutual favoritism were evident in the last decade.
Even so, we'll reach our budget ..., 16 Nov 2013 [cached]
Even so, we'll reach our budget goals for the end of the year," said Ricardo Echegaray, Afip director, at a press conference.
Ricardo Echegaray, head of ..., 31 Jan 2013 [cached]
Ricardo Echegaray, head of Argentina's Federal Administration of Public Revenue
Ricardo Echegaray, head of Argentina's Federal Administration of Public Revenue
Government Finances
So perhaps it's fitting that Ricardo Echegaray, the head of the Federal Administration of Public Revenue (AFIP), Argentina's version of the IRS, enjoys the distinction of being the country's highest-paid functionary.
Sitting in his office in a 1930s-era building overlooking the Plaza de Mayo, a Buenos Aires landmark, Echegaray is happy to expound on the central role of his agency.
Several days later, Echegaray told a TV news channel that Subiela was turned down because his tax situation was neither "transparent" nor "regular.
Such incidents could undermine the large strides the AFIP has taken over the past decade, says Alberto Abad, who headed the agency from 2002 to 2008, leaving the AFIP after a public disagreement with Echegaray.
"If the law permits it, one does not have to justify a thing," says Echegaray.
"Global companies can't manage their ..., 2 Nov 2014 [cached]
"Global companies can't manage their profits tricking the state, evading taxes and moving currency out of the country because their irregular behaviours impede the development of the nation," said AFIP head Ricardo Echegaray.
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