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This report reviews South Africa's recent economic and social developments. It underlines that South Africa's current economic rebound may not be sustained if the fundamental factors undermining its growth potential are not boldly addressed. This includes in particular income inequality, which fuels resource contestation, policy uncertainty and scare private invest...

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World Bank

This report reviews South Africa's recent economic and social developments. It underlines that South Africa's current economic rebound may not be sustained if the fundamental factors undermining its growth potential are not boldly addressed. This includes in particular income inequality, which fuels resource contestation, policy uncertainty and scare private invest...

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World Bank

This report reviews South Africa's recent economic and social developments. It underlines that South Africa's current economic rebound may not be sustained if the fundamental factors undermining its growth potential are not boldly addressed. This includes in particular income inequality, which fuels resource contestation, policy uncertainty and scare private invest...

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World Bank

This report reviews South Africa's recent economic and social developments. It underlines that South Africa's current economic rebound may not be sustained if the fundamental factors undermining its growth potential are not boldly addressed. This includes in particular income inequality, which fuels resource contestation, policy uncertainty and scare private invest...

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World Bank, Washington, DC
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Journal article
2013
Taylor & Francis Group

Cet article explore – á travers un prisme géopolitiqueles changements et les invariabilités de la politique étrangère sud-africaine au cours de la période 1990-2010, en se concentrant sur les thèmes spécifiques des relations militaires, de la migration, de la démocratisation et du panafricanisme. La chute de l'apartheid a eu pour conséquence des changements considé...

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Journal article
2011
Taylor & Francis

South Africa surprised many when it pledged to reduce emissions by 34 per cent in 2020 and 42 per cent in 2025 a day before the Copenhagen Climate Summit of December 2009 (COP15). The position taken by South Africa was in conflict with that of the Africa Group. South Africa was also involved in crafting the Copenhagen Accord, a political agreement concluded outside...

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1985
University Press of America
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