Big numbers

December 5th, 2008

The word 'hyperinflation' seems woefully inadequate in the face of the current situation in Zimbabwe:

Inflation is officially at 231 million percent annually, but independent economists say it hovers around 1 quadrillion percent, driven by the insolvent government's penchant for printing money to meet demand for scarce cash.

[Via Amygdala]

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