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BUENOS AIRES, April 4 (Reuters) - Argentina's tax revenue rose 54.1 percent in March in comparison from a year earlier as an amnesty ended, the AFIP tax agency said on Tuesday.
The government collected 212.295 billion pesos ($13.69 billion) in March, due to funds collected from the amnesty and inflation. Official data has not been released in March but rose 2.5 percent in February.
$1 = 15.395 pesos by end of March Reporting by Caroline Stauffer; Editing by Chris Reese