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The rate of the "liberated" New Zaire is fixed every week at a meeting of exchange dealers whose status has been formerly recognised by representatives of the banks and by the General Commissioner, who claims to play the role of a "moderator".
The exchange rate for the zaire as published in the Financial Times of London shows that since the new zaire was introduced late last year, its exchange rate has plunged from Z4.
But the main problem since the introduction of the new zaire (NZ) - at a rate of one new zaire for 3m old zaires - was a spectacular rise in the inflation rate, which is variously assessed at between 200% and 300% (many banking sources contend that it is even higher).