Dire situation ahead

Steyn, Greta
November 2008
Finweek;11/13/2008, p56
The article examines the prospects for the economy of South Africa in 2009 amidst the global financial crisis. It includes an in-depth analysis of various forecasts for economic growth in South Africa, as well as a discussion on the possibility of the country avoiding a technical recession. Also cited are the issues' implications for the South African economy.


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