The Federal Administration of Public Revenue (AFIP) detected irregularities in grain commercialization in five trucks carrying a total load of 113 tons of soybeans and corn, valued at 6.6 million pesos, during route checks in northeastern Argentine provinces.
AFIP agents operated in the approaches to the General Manuel Belgrano Bridge (Chaco), Paso de la Patria (Corrientes) and Tatane (Formosa), in which they carried out control over the legality of the origin of goods. and documentary and registry comparison required for transportation of raw materials.
“It was verified that the grain had a questionable origin due to the lack of consignment notes supporting the acquisition of the goods by legitimate producers. In this sense, the DGI verified that the activity in the senders and recipients of soybean and corn was lack the economic and financial capacity to do so,” AFIP explained in a statement.
As a result of the irregularities found, the inspectors proceeded to stop the loading of five trucks carrying a load of 83 tons of corn and 30 tons of soybeans, which goods, according to the current price on the Rosario Stock Exchange, amount to 6.6 million pesos. .
“The actions of the DGI, specialized in agricultural activities, focus their efforts on eliminating potential tax evasion maneuvers and guaranteeing compliance with existing regulations to prevent various actors in the chain from committing irregularities, resulting in legitimate producers leads to unfair competition”, confirmed the organization’s leadership by Carlos Castagneto.