Some retailers in Argentina are already pricing imported items in U.S. dollars, according to reports from local news outlets. The idea behind this would be to keep prices stable and avoid repricing articles each day, a practice that has already been adopted in other Latam countries like Venezuela, which present high levels of inflation.
U.S Dollars Now Used to Price Merchandise in Argentina
The U.S. dollar is starting to make inroads in Argentina as a unit of account. According to reports from local outlets, some Argentine stores and retailers are pricing their goods in dollars, seeking to avoid constant repricing due to the devaluation of the national fiat currency, the Argentine peso.
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According to reports from La Nacion, these prices are mostly associated with clothing,
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