Long Term Economic Ratings To Stabilise Above 70

September 2005
Africa Monitor: Southern Africa;Sep2005, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p5
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Reports on the stability of long-term economic rating in 2005 in South Africa. Emergence of inflation and higher real property interest rates; Impact of high level of unemployment and the growth of gross domestic product per capita on the rating; Identification of the needs of the country to be able to sustain a level over the medium term.


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