In November 2015, Argentina's Supreme Court declared unconstitutional the deduction from federal tax co-participation payments (15%) and custom duties (1.9%) assessed on Santa Fe to finance, respectively, the National Social Security Administration (ANSES, its Spanish acronym) and the Federal Administration of Public Revenue
(AFIP, its Spanish acronym).
Furthermore, a 35% surcharge was introduced on dollars purchased directly through Federal Administration of Public Revenue
(AFIP) for traveling purposes.
In addition, an agreement on sharing information on tax issues was signed by Deputy Prime Minister Zoran Stavreski and Ricardo Echegaray, Head of Argentina's Federal Administration of Public Revenue
, on behalf of the Republic of Macedonia and the Argentine Republic.