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- What next for the BRICS Bank?
- N. Watson; M. Younis; S. Spratt / Institute of Development Studies UK, 2013
- A new development bank to be created by the ‘Rising Powers’ of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) is intended to promote greater cooperation between developing countries, and address what is seen by many...
- Rising regional powers and international institutions: the foreign policy orientations of India, Brazil and South Africa
- M. D. Stephen / International Studies Association, 2011
- Whilst rising powers from the South emerge as key players in international politics, they confront a highly institutionalised world order established and maintained by and for the United States and its allies. Traditional perspectives...
- Unravelling the impact of the global financial crisis on the South African labour market
- S. Verick / International Labour Organization, 2010
- South Africa, Africas largest economy, fell into recession half way through 2008, with job losses numbering almost 900,000. Real GDP growth in the third quarter of 2009 suggested that the South African economy was exiting recess...
- Trade and climate change: policy and economic implications for South Africa
- P du Plooy / Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies, South Africa, 2011
- This paper is a scoping assessment of the inter-relationship between international trade and climate change negotiations as it affects policy development in South Africa. The paper highlights two key variants of measures that pose a c...
- Determinants and impact of ICT use for African SMEs: Implications for rural South Africa
- S. Wolf / Trade and Industrial Policy Strategies, South Africa, 2001
- This study focusses whether the use of ICT (as production technology, as information processing technology or as information communication technology) can help them to cope with these new challenges. The spread of ICT has led several ...
- Incorporating flexibilities of TRIPS to ensure better access to HIV treatment
- Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, 2011
- This policy brief describes how the flexibilities contained in the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Agreement and reaffirmed by the Doha Declaration provide important opportunities for World Trade Organiza...
- Is Chile a potential partner or an actual competitor for South Africa’s agricultural exports?
- B. Nyhodo; E. Nakana; H. Phahlane; L. Kotze / National Agricultural Marketing Council, South Africa, 2010
- The objective of this paper is to uncover areas where South Africa could potentially increase its trade with Chile and what policy lessons can be taken from the Chilean experience. The paper indicates that South Africa and Chile follo...
- Trade agreements: South Africa is to lose in agriculture but to gain in total
- R. Sandrey; H.G. Jensen; T. Fundira / Trade Law Centre for Southern Africa, 2010
- This publication examines the trading implications of extending the current preferential trading agreement (PTA) between the Southern African Custom Union (SACU) and MERCOSUR to a full free trade agreement (FTA). The author...
- Assessing South African trade policy reform
- B. Browen / South African Institute of International Affairs, 2010
- Trade policy reform in the form of trade liberalisation is a very important tool for raising living standards and improving a country’s economy. Such reform on its own, however, is likely to be rejected by the public and t...
- Deepening gains from foreign direct investment
- G. Robbins; L. Lebani; M. Rogan / School of Development Studies, University of Kwazulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa, 2009
- The research process underpinning this article was focused on casting some light on factors influencing the way in which developing countries can enhance linkages between Transnational Corporations (TNCs) and Foreign Direct Investment...