BUENOS AIRES - While Argentine fund managers greeted with enthusiasm the introduction of a new bill that would permit funds to invest up to 100 percent of their assets internationally, the step is also welcome news for offshore investment companies eager to offer their products to local investors.

A bill sent to Congress on May 10 by the Banking and Insurance Undersecretary would remove all restrictions on foreign investing from the 1992 mutual fund law.

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