THE Confederation of Zimbabwe Industries (CZI) says government should stop making overdrafts from the central bank as this fuels inflation and aggravates the country’s fiscal deficits. After an extended period of low inflation, the country has seen inflationary pressures piling. Money supply growth has also accelerated, sending shock waves across sectors. Inflation remained flat at 2,71 percent on an annualised basis in May, according to the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency, but this has been a great leap from about -7,7 percent at dollarisation in 2009. CZI’s suggestion is contained in a paper called Post Election Recovery Document, Macro and Currency Draft, which is under discussion at the business lobby. The paper, which explores post-election strategies that Zimbabwe can pursue to…