THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) has proposed radical measures to mop up excess liquidity on the electronic Real Time Gross Settlement (RTGS) platform, while calling for more bond notes to restore transactional convenience for the public. The country's largest business organisation contends that it is the RTGS platform, more than the much-maligned bond note parallel currency, that is fuelling market distortions and price instability. Zimbabwe introduced bond notes in November 2016 in a desperate bid to ease the shortage of bank notes, but $200 million worth of the parallel currency failed to solve the crisis. In the meantime, RTGS balances have grown from between 10-15 percent of total deposits in 2014 to about 30 percent, currently. The CZI plan,…