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Zimbabwean retailers are trying to woo shoppers to spend their US dollars in-store by offering better exchange rates than the black market.
It’s the first time in three years that momentum has swung in favor of the official markets and may help bring the southern African nation’s runaway inflation under control — consumer prices in September rose 280% from a year earlier.


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