Methodology and structure of the report
In 2019, Argentina’s entry into the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) constituted a step forward in terms of rendering transparent the information and data of the industry, indicated by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development  – OECD – as the industry most likely to engage in the crime of bribery of public officials. This impulse was also echoed in the Open Government Partnership  (OGP), of which Argentina has been a member since 2012, which included transparency of the extractive industries in its Fourth Action Plan. 
This report will explain the institutional rules applicable to beneficial ownership transparency that exist in Argentina, using a qualitative analytical focus: obstacles, strengths and opportunities for improvement, encompassing general and transverse rules as well as specific rules for extractive industries. The compilation of the regulatory framework that may directly or indirectly have a bearing on the problem in question is supplemented by the inclusion of available documents, reports and publications.
 OECD (2014), OECD Foreign Bribery Report: An Analysis of the Crime of Bribery of Foreign Public Officials, OECD Publishing, Paris, https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264226616-en.
 OGP is a multilateral initiative which seeks to ensure solid commitments on the part of governments to promote transparency, fight corruption and improve public services. Argentina has been a member of the OGP since 2012.
 “Cuarto Plan de Acción Nacional de Gobierno Abierto 2019-2021 Argentina,” Dirección de Gobierno Abierto, OGP, Secretaría de Modernización – Presidencia de la Nación, y Subsecretaría de Innovación Pública y Gobierno Abierto, 2019, https://www.argentina.gob.ar/sites/default/files/cuarto_plan_de_accion_nacional_de_gobierno_abierto_-_argentina_-_v4.pdf.