From Wednesday 17th September the 35% tax (deductable) which the previous Kirchner government introduced prior to 2015 is being reintroduced.
This is on top of the 30% country tax (impuesto pais) that we are already paying. So if, for example you're paying AR$100 for Netflix or other services/outside purchases in US$, that figure will now be AR$165, with the 35% tax being claimable on your tax return, unlike the 30%, which isn't refunded.
This also means that whatever US$ purchases you make will be put against your allowance for the measly US$200 per month and then deducted, thus reducing people's ability to save in dollars.
Further, companies with large debts in US$ will be badly affected because they can now only acquire 40% of the US$ that they need and those exporting also because they will be paid/exchanged at the official rate.
It doesn't get any better I'm afraid.
I forgot that VAT (IVA) is charged on outside purchases in US$ as well, so add that to the pot.