Argentine Interpreters Association

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The Argentine Interpreters Association (Spanish: Asociación Argentina de Intérpretes, AADI) is a non profit-making organisation that, since 1954, has been responsible for the collection, management and distribution of the performing rights of musicians in Argentina, enshrined in Article 56 of Law 11.723.

It is a member of the Federation of Ibero-Latin American Performers (Spanish: Federación Iberolatinoamericana de Artistas Intérpretes y Ejecutantes, FILAIE) which represents all sister organisations and forms a global network for the exchange of information, both as to the amounts generated and the rights managed.

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