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Argentina – Halogen Lamps Banned

Argentina
March 21, 2019

By Ariel Amandi - Argentina Regulatory Program Expert

The Argentine Congress issued Law 27.492, which amends Law 26.473, to include Halogen lamps into the list of lamps not allowed to be marketed in Argentina starting December 31, 2019. The import and commercialization ban will be extended to halogen lamps in all types and models. The government may dictate the necessary measures to facilitate the import and production of energy saving and LED technology lamps.

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