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Month: Oct 2019

R35 Billion In South African Exports To The USA Are At Stake In A ‘Review’ Just Triggered By SA’s Copyright Reform Efforts

28 October 2019 – South African exports to the United States worth some R35 billion last year will be at stake when the Office of the United States Trade Representative launches a review of SA’s eligibility for duty-free imports under the US system known as the Generalised System of Preferences, or GSP. The US federal government announced plans …

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Reserve Bank’s Leading Indicator Slips for 11th Straight Month

24 October 2019 – The SA Reserve Bank’s composite leading business cycle indicator compiled by looking at monthly movements in economic indicators such as building plans passed, commodity prices and new cars sold fell for the 11th consecutive month in August on an annualised basis, again confirming that SA’s fragile economy is struggling to gain …

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