Zimbabwe's Central Bank to Inject More Bond Coins

As the cash crisis worsens, the Reserve bank of Zimbabwe is moving to inject U.S.$3 million worth of additional bond coins to meet the demand for smaller denominations and end the current change crisis. The shortage of U.S. dollars forced the government to introduce bond notes giving them the same value as the U.S. dollar. The surrogate currency, however, has not been able to address the country's cash crisis.

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