Going from Argentina to Uruguay without dollars

Posted on July 18, 2012 • Filed under: Argentina, Economy, TRAVEL, Uruguay

Argentine citizens have enormous difficulties to buy dollars due to exchange restriction measures being implemented by the government of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Gateway to Todo Noticias (TN) reported Tuesday that the dollar informal or “blue” closed at 6.60 Argentine pesos, reaching a historical peak. The official dollar traded at 4.58 Argentine pesos for sale.

Indeed, the “Telenoche” TN journalist sent to Montevideo Darius Lopreite nothing more than Argentine pesos for expenses, so reflect the difficulty of leaving the country if you try to get dollars at the official market, avoiding the “blue “. At the current price, the five thousand dollars worth brought about fifteen thousand dollars Uruguayan Uruguayans changes, reflecting a currency devaluation has had a strong, since a few months ago the Argentine peso in Montevideo in the vicinity of the 5 Uruguayan pesos. Read Article

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