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Friday, September 18, 2020

Knowledge Economy Law remains on hold in the Senate

The project that proposes to modify aspects of Law 27.506 - establishing the Regime for the Promotion of the Knowledge Economy- is on hold in the Senate of the Nation pending its treatment and approval.

At the beginning of 2020, the government of the Frente de Todos proposed to introduce changes to the law approved by congress in May 2019. The reason for the alliance in power was to ensure that the law considered the interest of large operators in the sector such as Mercado Libre but also that of micro, small and medium enterprises.

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