Zimbabwean dollar


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Noun1.Zimbabwean dollar - the basic unit of money in Zimbabwe
dollar - the basic monetary unit in many countries; equal to 100 cents
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That sounds like the Zimbabwean dollar from 2007 to 2009 in reverse.
In the end, the government was forced to scrap the Zimbabwean dollar, because Zimbabweans simply refused to use it.
The Zimbabwean dollar is as useless as the current South Sudanese Pound.
For some, the bond notes mark a return to the defunct Zimbabwean dollar and a move to even tougher times.
The government's announcement to start printing local denominations of US dollars has locals afraid of a return to the Zimbabwean dollar.
The central bank governor stressed the introduction of the bond notes does not signal the return of the defunct Zimbabwean dollar, which the country ditched in 2009 amid sustained hyperinflation.
The southern African country started using foreign currencies including the US dollar and South African rand in 2009 after the Zimbabwean dollar was ruined by hyperinflation.
Before the Zimbabwean dollar collapsed under record 231 million percent inflation in 2008, cinemas were common in cities and towns.
11) The Zimbabwean government has now suspended use of the Zimbabwean dollar and uses the U.
Zimbabwe is still recovering from the collapse of its economy, and it now uses the US dollar as its unofficial currency after hyperinflation made the Zimbabwean dollar virtually worthless.
Some activities were not carried out due to the hyperinflation of Zimbabwean dollar in 2008.