A decade after Zimbabwe scrapped its own currency to tackle hyperinflation and began using instead mainly the U.S. dollar, the economy is back in free fall. Fuel and banknotes are hard to come by, less than 10 percent of the workforce is formally employed and consumers are being charged different prices depending on how they pay for purchases. President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration has now introduced a new financial instrument in a bid to address cash scarcity and restore normality to the


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