BUT it'll be fine

Whitfield, Bruce
March 2009
Finweek;3/5/2009, p10
The article focuses on the economic decline in South Africa in 2009. Accordingly, it discusses the effect of this economic downturn on several business enterprises, particularly Anglo American SA which abandoned its final dividend for the first time since 1939. It also examines how long South Africa will remain in economic decline and whether aggressive monetary policy will be able to push South Africa's economy over the short term.


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