yes. thats what I mean.What it boils down to is:
When the peso weakens, international products become more expensive in an instant. While domestic products and service have a slower / muted reaction time / response.
And most average argentines dont eat international products, or buy apple notebooks, or get their electricity from Texas.
So, again, the exchange rate is important, but not as important as inflation, and WHAT goes up when.
And the two are only vaguely connected.