To add, what knock-on effect this will have on prices, I don’t know. When you consider that inflation is already 140%, then the longer you leave it, the more prices are likely to have risen in ARS terms, albeit this is usually balanced by depreciation of the currency.
And as per my earlier post, will the devaluation cause that 200,000 ARS flight to increase due to the airline wanting the same U$D amount they were getting previously? We need an economist to help with this 🙂
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