Peso what level do you see it this year?

Wryter47

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This is certainly difficult for those of us who are long-time expats (me, 13 years and counting), and
one can only hope that it won't get completely out of control, although I know that's occured in the
past. Another difficult possibility is the banks either closing or refusing to change dollars into pesos.
What would happen then? Yikes.
 

Pensador

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This is certainly difficult for those of us who are long-time expats (me, 13 years and counting), and
one can only hope that it won't get completely out of control, although I know that's occured in the
past. Another difficult possibility is the banks either closing or refusing to change dollars into pesos.
What would happen then? Yikes.
Then you go to URU and get USD and come back and go to the blue market. Or send someone you trust to get the USD for you.
 

MikeB12

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This is certainly difficult for those of us who are long-time expats (me, 13 years and counting), and
one can only hope that it won't get completely out of control, although I know that's occured in the
past. Another difficult possibility is the banks either closing or refusing to change dollars into pesos.
What would happen then? Yikes.
I can't think of any reason why banks would refuse to change dollars into pesos. I think those worries are probably unfounded. Let's hope for the best.
 
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