Zimbabwe’s Black Market, Where the Dollar Trades Against ItselfBy and
Dealers charging premium for bank notes as cash shortage bites
Banks limiting withrawals, shutting ATMs to stem flow
In Zimbabwe -- the country that once suffered 500 billion percent inflation -- one dollar may now cost you as much as $1.07.
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