Zimbabwe = champion of inflation

We all know Zimbabwe has a lot of problems. Its economy is in shambles, it's run by a corrupt, violent lunatic, and draconian 'no proper noun' rules prevent it from taking its rightful place as a totally ninja Scrabble move (26 points...get that on a triple word and you're off to the races). But now, amidst all that woe, add another: Zimbabwe's inflation rate is now 2,200,000 per cent. That's 2.2 million per cent. In Canada had a similar rate, a loaf of bread you bought today for $3 would cost $6.6 million in one year's time. As it is, the cost of a single loaf is about 1/3 the salary of the monthly salary for a Zimbabwean teacher. And they have to carry their money around in wheelbarrows.

How do you spell failed state? Z...i...m...b.....