Zimbabwe Reserve Bank Is Creating “RTGS” Dollars That Actually Do Not Exist

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Eddie Cross is MDC MP for Bulawayo South Here, the Banks just carry on as if it’s business as normal. Extraordinary, but Zimbabwe is always doing that and it makes understanding what exactly is going on very complex and difficult to grasp. It started towards the end of 2015 when out of the blue, the reserve…

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