Zimbabwe Has Highest Inflation Rate in the World - IMF
Annual inflation in Zimbabwe was 300% in August, according to new data released by the IMF. At that level, the troubled southern African country's inflation rate is the highest in the world and while its statistics office will not confirm the IMF's estimate, many Zimbabweans are feeling the sting of the Zimbabwean dollar's diminishing value.
Economy in Doldrums - IMF
Zimbabwe Independent, 27 September 2019
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