Another day, another dollar: Zimbabwe’s never ending currency crisis


Issue 445 - 06 Sep 2021 - By Marc Howard

Zimbabwe became a global byword for economic mismanagement when reckless government printing of the Zimbabwe dollar (ZWD) in the 2000s led to hyperinflation that peaked at 500bn% in September 2008, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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