Traders in Zimbabwe have reported that improved cash inflows from tobacco sales, a mainstay of the country's economy, should reduce chronic hard currency shortages as the month progresses, Reuters reported on Monday. The Zimbabwe dollar closed unchanged on Monday at 38.10 against the US dollar and rose to 40.61 to the euro against 40.82 last Friday.
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