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The Zimbabwe Dollar is the currency of Zimbabwe. It is divided into 100 cents. The new currency (ZWD) replaced with the country's independence in 1980, the Rhodesian dollar at a 1:1 ratio. Both currencies were initially more parallel. Only in the course of the year 1981, the Rhodesian dollar was pulled from circulation.

Today is the Zimbabwe dollar for the high inflation and virtually worthless at the time suspended. Zimbabwe's inflation rate is more than one million percent, within a few days found a doubling of prices instead. The current Zimbabwean dollar was on 2 Introduced in February 2009, one Zimbabwe dollar (ZWL) corresponds to one trillion (1,000,000,000,000) old Zimbabwean dollars ZWR. Already on the first August 2008 were deleted from the previous Dollar (ZWN) 10 zeros.

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