Negotiation overload

Steyn, Greta
June 2004
Finance Week;6/28/2004, p44
Reports on the National Economic, Development and Labor Council negotiations in South Africa in 2004. Criticism on the purpose of the council; Prediction on the Financial Services Charter on the source of funds for empowerment finance; Comparisons between the council and the charter.


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