Argentina: grocery shopping in pesos is expensive, but it is a “bargain” in US dollars

The purchase of a basic food basket at the supermarket is complicated by inflation that does not let up but surprises tourists because it is so cheap.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A recent Bloomberg report states that "in Argentina, inflation has been hitting the pockets of the population for years, which, due to the loss of purchasing power, faces greater difficulties in accessing basic food basket products, clothing, and other mass consumption items".

In addition, inflation is a major problem. For Argentines, buying products in pesos at the supermarket is becoming more and more . . .

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