``... the central bank of Zimbabwe--Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)--believes that the US dollar is no longer stable. According to Dr Gideon Gono, RBZ Chief, the inflationary effects of United States' deficit financing of its budget may impact foreign countries and would lead to a resistance of the green back as a base currency; cited newzimbabwe.com... The country is a resource hub: It sits on gold reserves worth trillions. It has the world's second largest reserves of platinum, has got alluvial diamonds that can fetch the nation $2 billion annually and even boasts of chrome and coal deposits.''

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