Mboweni's growing worry

Steyn, Greta
October 2003
Finance Week;10/20/2003, p16
Reports that the South African (SA) Reserve Bank has cut the interest rates in the country. Perception by economists of the move by SA Reserve Bank Governor Tito Mboweni as an effort to promote economic growth; Background on economic conditions in SA; Confusion regarding the policy of the reserve bank on the country's foreign currency rates.


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