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Appeal By The Departments Of Economic Development, Trade & Industry And Forestry & Fisheries Against The Competition Tribunalís (Antitrust Commission) Decision To Permit Wal-Martís Purchase Of 51% Of Massmart
On 20 June 2011, the Competition Tribunal approved Wal-Martís purchase of Massmart on condition that no jobs are cut for two years, both companies ensure that existing labour agreements are honoured for three years after the takeover, and that $14.6 million is invested in a fund to assist in developing local suppliers.
South Africa
2 Aug 2011
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Customs IPM System - What The Future Holds
Following the 6th annual Congress on Combating Counterfeiting and Piracy, held in France in February 2011, it has become increasingly obvious that counterfeiting has become a worldwide pandemic.
South Africa
29 Jul 2011
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A Rose By Any Other Name Would Smell Just As Sweet?
The Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) has assured business owners that a company can be registered and trade without a company name, provided that the entity is registered with the commission and has been issued with a unique number. Business owners can also, in theory, obtain a tax number from the South African Revenue Service using the registered number whilst awaiting confirmation from the CIPC that one of their requested names is available to be recorded as the company's
South Africa
28 Jul 2011
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