ARS to PKR Currency Converter - 1 Argentina Pesos To Pakistan Rupee

1 ARS = 1.4160748 PKR

1 ARS = 1.42 PKR
Your Conversion : 1 ARS = 1.4160748 PKR
Reverse Conversion : 1.4160748 PKR = 1 ARS

Argentina Pesos Pakistan Rupee

Updated: Jan 28 2023

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Today Argentina Pesos Rate to Pakistan Rupee (1 ARS to PKR) is 1.4160748 PKR, all prices are updated every hour to give you the best ARS to PKR conversion. This Argentina Pesos to Pakistan Rupee conversion is based on open market rates which are set by the currency exchange dealers of Pakistan. Easily find the 1 ARS buying rate and selling rate in Pakistan. You can also convert all major currencies online.



Last 30 days LAST 90 DAYS
High 1.2859 1.422
Low 1.2518 1.2518
Average 1.2659 1.3215


Date Rate
27 Jan, 2023 1.25
26 Jan, 2023 1.25
25 Jan, 2023 1.26
24 Jan, 2023 1.25
23 Jan, 2023 1.25
22 Jan, 2023 1.25
21 Jan, 2023 1.26
20 Jan, 2023 1.26
19 Jan, 2023 1.26
18 Jan, 2023 1.26
17 Jan, 2023 1.26
16 Jan, 2023 1.26
15 Jan, 2023 1.26
14 Jan, 2023 1.26
13 Jan, 2023 1.26


The exchange rate of ARS to PKR is around 1.4160748. However, this exchange rate keeps changing continuously; it is not constant. This changing rate is proportional to the economic conditions of both countries. So, today, we will discuss the variation held between these two currencies and will also relate them. So, without any further ado, let’s get started.


The official currency of Argentina is ARS. It stands for Argentine Peso. Commonly, it is known as Peso and is denoted by $. It is further divided into 100 centavos, which are still used. The Peso currency was introduced in 1992.

To check the strength of this currency, we will compare it with USD. As compared to the United States Dollars, this currency is much weaker. There is much variation between them. You will get it after knowing the exchange rate, which is 185.6476. It means 1 US Dollar is equal to around 185.6476 Argentine Peso.

If we compare it with the other currencies, then it comes in the middle, in the sense that it is not that bad currency but also not that good. It is much weaker as compared to many other currencies like Dollars, Pounds, etc. However, it is still better than many currencies of developing countries.

If we talk about the reason behind the relatively low-value currency, then there would be only one reason. And the reason is that Argentina has experienced a substantial rate of devaluation. With this, it reached 25% year-on-year inflation in 2017. So, this is why it is present in this condition. However, Argentina is working hard on its economy, and hopefully, it will come to a good position soon.


The official currency of Pakistan is PKR. It stands for Pakistani Rupees. It is commonly known as Rupee and was subdivided into 100 Paisa. But it is now demolished due to its extremely low value. So, that is why it is not currently used.

Comparing it with the US Dollars, it is also a much weaker currency in front of US Dollars. A lot of differences can be seen between them. The exchange rate of The United States Dollars to Pakistani Rupees is around 252.69411. However, this rate is increasing day by day due to the worst condition of the economy.

As compared to many other currencies, it is much weaker. Even it is lower than the currencies of many other developing countries. However, it is not considered a worthy currency in the international market.

There are many factors due to which the condition of the economy became worst. The main reason is that Pakistan is a developing country and it is working on its development. The other reason is that the political system is unsatisfactory. Inflation has also played a vital role in worsening the economy.


Now, if we compare both currencies, then a sufficient difference can be seen. ARS is a stronger currency than PKR. You can say that ARS is double of PKR. The exchange rate of ARS is still greater than PKR. And in the international market, the demand and supply of ARS are much greater than PKR. However, both countries are doing great in making the currency better, and hopefully, they will get better soon.