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Zimbabwe businesses agreed not to solely price their goods and services using the US dollar, according to an industry group, after government warnings that the local currency should be accepted.
The decision was taken at a meeting between business leaders, and representatives from the central bank, Financial Intelligence Unit and finance ministry to discuss surging prices. It was also attended by manufacturers, suppliers, retailers, wholesalers and millers, Denford Mutashu, president of Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers, said by phone on Wednesday. 

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