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Thursday, November 3, 2016

"Cashless Zimbabwe?" - Thurs. AM TNT News/Thoughts

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Skipper2:

A Cashless Economy in Zimbabwe? With Little Cash, There’s Little Choice

Excerpt: Of all the places speeding toward a cashless economy, this nation in southern Africa may not come to mind. About 90 percent of Zimbabweans work in the informal economy, where cash is usually a must. The country, despite the spread of cheap smartphones in recent years, remains low-tech. Blackouts are part of everyday life.

But Zimbabwe is hurtling toward a plastic future for a simple reason: It is running out of cash, specifically the American dollars it adopted in 2009 before abandoning its own troubled currency. Anxious about their nation’s political and economic troubles, many Zimbabweans have been hoarding dollars or taking them out of the country. Banks have slashed daily withdrawal limits. A.T.M.s now sit empty.

Debit card machines are proliferating in Zimbabwe’s cities — not only in churches but also in supermarkets, betting parlors, nightclubs, parking areas and every other business happy to accept paper cash but unable to dispense it. If there are no card-reading machines around, many shoppers now text payments on their cellphones.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/04/world/africa/zimbabwe-robert-mugabe-cash-debit-cards.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=second-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news

Suggar:
skipper this is a VERY interesting article ........I think that it is telling they are doing the flip........they are trying to get the Iraq citizens acustomed to thinking about the cards .....while Zimb is doing it with a different direction....I think that both are necessary for the reset..... the cards are the way to reach the masses and to keep it consistant reducing the probability of illigal actions...

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