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2. 3. 4. 5. WTO Trade organisations calendar year Fiscal year US Dollar & South African Rand Currency 104th (IMF); 149th (CIA); 127th (WB) Rank Economy ofZimbabwe South Africa 43%, China 4.6%, Botswana 3.3% (2005) Main import partners machinery and transport equipment, other manufactures, chemicals, fuels Import goods USD $2.059 billion (2005 est.) f.o.b. Imports South Africa 36.4%, (China, Japan, Zambia) 7.3% each, Mozambique 4.7%, (US, Botswana, Italy, Germany, Netherlands) 3.6% each (2006) Main export partners Cotton, tobacco, gold, ferroalloys, textiles/clothing Export goods USD $3.44 billion (2010 est. IMF) [1] ; Exports External 159th [6] Ease of Doing Business Rank mining ( coal , gold , platinum , copper , nickel , tin , clay , numerous metallic and non-metallic ores ), steel ; wood products, cement , chemicals, fertilizer, clothing and footwear, foodstuffs, beverages Main industries 94% [5] (end of 2008) Unemployment Agriculture: 60%, Services: 9%, Wholesale, Retail, Hotels, Restaurants: ~4%, Manufacturing: 4%, Mining: 3% (2003) Labour force by occupation 4.23 million (2004 est.) Labour force 50.1% (1995) 56.8% (2003) List of countries by income equality Giniindex 80% earn below poverty line of ZWD 13 Trillion per month (USD $41.00) (July 2008). However, the average wage is only ZWD 100 Billion (30c) per month. [4] Population below poverty line 231,000,000% (CSO - July 2008) [2] HHIZ Nov 14. 8.97 10 22 % [3] Inflation ( CPI ) Agriculture: 16.7%, Industry: 21.6%, Services: 61.6% (2007) GDP by sector USD $188 (2008 est.) GDP per capita -5.7% (2007) -3.6% (2008) (IMF est.) GDP growth USD (est) $3.5 billion (2010) (IMF) [1] ; USD $28.098 billion (2007) (IMF); USD $6.186 billion (2007) (CIA+WB) GDP Statistics Main data source: CIA World Fact Book All values, unless otherwise stated, are in US dollars recipient : $178 million; note - the EU and the US provide food orange aid on humanitarian grounds (2000 est.) Economic aid ZWD $451 billion (rev) (2006) Expenses ZWD $216 billion (rev) (2006) Revenues Domestic: (est) USD $1 Billion (Dec 2010), [1] International: (est) USD $7.6 billion (Dec 2010 IMF), [7] , USD $5.3 billion (March 2010), [8] USD $1.3 billion (Dec 2002) Public debt Public finances 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.