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What India’s extraordinary growth and future can teach global leaders

Over the past 50 years emerging and developing economies have significantly enhanced their contribution to global output from around 15% to well above 50%. Underpinned by strong domestic demand, private consumption and investment, a growth projection of 7% suggests that South Asia has the resilience and strength to weather the global slowdown and to continue to grow.

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Time is not on our side says RMB chief economist

Ettienne le Roux, RMB chief economist said that ‘…to further delay growth-boosting reforms that should have been implemented years ago – such as easing of immigration regulations, cutting red tape, auctioning spectrum and simplifying visa regulations – will simply perpetuate this vicious cycle South Africa is currently in. Time is not on our side, especially now that the global headwinds the country is facing are becoming ever-fiercer.’

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