(¤74,800) - at the official exchange rate, but only US$35 (¤26) and US$1,250 (¤934) respectively on the black market.
If he bought a small, locally made chocolate Easter egg at 22,000 Zimbabwe dollars on his international credit card charged by law at the official rate it would set him back US$88 (¤66). But if he changed money on the street, making him a criminal too, he would get it for just over a single U.S. dollar (75 eurocents). 10 April 2007 - SAPA
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