It's possibly becoming a two-tier city, with the middle class squeezed out of existence. Maybe like Sao Paolo and Rio(?). The goods and services that European and North Americans are accustomed to are -- or will become -- the sole preserve of the upper class, who will be able to afford the ever-dearer prices. Most everyone else will subsist on scraps. The end destination of neoliberalism. It's probably the rich who have been the winners in the present inflationary regime, and they are possibly the driving force behind spiralling prices for goods that Westerners take for granted. All conjecture on my part, and could be wrong."pericles" said:Some products are definetly dearer in Argenina and food is becoming expensive . I predict in three years that Buenos Aires will become a expensive city in the top 50 in the world.