Qualified carpenter Alex Mhazo sells mobile phone cards in central Harare, in this picture taken April 1, 2014. On Harare's hardscrabble streets, college graduates compete with peasants scratching out... more 
Qualified carpenter Alex Mhazo sells mobile phone cards in central Harare, in this picture taken April 1, 2014. On Harare's hardscrabble streets, college graduates compete with peasants scratching out a living selling anything from mobile phone cards to herbal sex tonics, a measure of the decline of Zimbabwe's "Sunshine City" under President Robert Mugabe. Zimbabwe's economy shrank 45 percent in the decade to 2009 due to plummeting farming output and hyperinflation. It bounced back for three years after Zimbabwe dropped its own currency and adopted the dollar, but it has since stagnated as companies have failed to find the cash to grow. Picture taken April 1, 2014. REUTERS/Philimon Bulawayo (ZIMBABWE - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS) less 
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Reuters | Photo By PHILIMON BULAWAYO / REUTERS
Thu, Apr 3, 2014 2:49 AM EDT