Zimbabwe to jettison release of inflation data

Recent media reports have highlighted the state of chaos in the management of the Zimbabwean economy, with central bank governor, Gideon Gono, seen as fighting a losing battle again the country's president, Robert Mugabe.

The country's Central Statistics Office (CSO) has yet to release the latest inflation data for May and June, which is usually released on the 10th day of the subsequent month.

With unofficial estimates suggesting that prices could be rising by in excess of 5,000% on an annual

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