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Zimbabwe’s Economic Measures: Where Is Government Getting It Wrong?

The Second Republic has used several instruments to influence economic activity in a bid to increase local production, deal with inflation, exchange rate volatility among other issues.

Recently, the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe launched digital gold backed tokens a year after launching physical gold coins.

Prior to this the Dutch Auction System was introduced to determine the official exchange rate, but business and economist insisted the system controlled.

In tonight’s edition of #TwitterRally join @lnmanzini as she host’s ZIMCODD Economic Analyst Zvikomborero Sibanda and Development Economist Chenai to discuss the numerous economic measures, their effectiveness and where government is getting it wrong.

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