New Domain Extensions – Intellectual Property


Argentina: New domain extensions

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On December 1, 2015, Resolution No. 109/2015 entered into force. It was issued by the National Registry of Internet Domain Names, and created three new extensions and new fees for registering domain names under the country code “.ar”.

The new domain extensions are:

  • intended for websites that host applications and also for websites related to applications.

  • intended for political parties recognized by law no. 23.298.

  • dedicated to insurance companies, manufacturers and insurance advisers.

For more information on the new fee schedule, please Click here.

Originally published on February 5, 2016 in

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