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Recent Amendments To The B-BBEE Codes
On 31 May 2019, South Africa's Department of Trade and Industry gazetted certain amendments to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Codes of Good Practice.
South Africa
21 Jun 2019
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Chinese Electricity Strategy And Its Application In Africa
It is common knowledge that electricity is a main driver of the economy and a country's electricity strategy will largely determine the long-term sustainability of an economy.
Worldwide
4 Sep 2015
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Hold High The Banner Of Cooperation: A Development Path Suitable For BRICS
On the 8th and 9th of July 2015, leaders of the BRICS member states will meet in the Russian city of Ufa for the 7th BRICS Summit.
Worldwide
14 Jul 2015
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Zambia Mining Tax Amendments
These changes will not apply to the mining of industrial minerals such as lime, sand and gravel.
Zambia
10 Feb 2015
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The Use Of The Chinese Economic Development Model In Africa
After 30 years of reform, China has achieved rapid economic development. In 2010, China surpassed Japan and became the world’s second largest economy.
South Africa
18 Sep 2014
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Analysis Of The Economic Development Prospects Of BRICS Countries
The global financial crisis, which originated in the United States, had a major impact on the world economy and the economic recovery prospects of developed countries.
Worldwide
28 Jul 2014
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Using IP As An Economic Driver
A US government survey has highlighted the importance of intellectual property in the US economy.
South Africa
27 Nov 2012
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Project Health Checks And Recoveries
The downturn in economic markets has forced organisations to establish projects that focus on generating revenue to survive the slump.
South Africa
6 Nov 2012
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Scramble For Talent For Professional Services As African Economy Heats Up
With Africa increasingly being perceived as a key market for companies looking for growth opportunities, local professional services firms are building capacity, recruiting key personnel and expanding their footprints in order to enable them to service existing and potential clients moving into the continent
South Africa
13 Sep 2012
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