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Latin America’s most stable currencies in the last two decades

Although the United States is suffering from inflation and its currency is also depreciating, the dollar has not lost its strength as a world reference.

In Guatemala, for example, buying a dollar bill costs practically the same as it did at the end of 2000 (7.68 quetzales before and 7.8 quetzales now).

In others, such as Argentina or Venezuela, the devaluation was phenomenal: the dollar went from being worth ARS 1 to almost ARS 143, while the local

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