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SA narrowly avoids recession
SA narrowly avoids recession
South Africa has narrowly averted a recession with economic growth clocking in at 0.6% in the second quarter of the year, despite prolonged strikes...
Greece to sell off historic buildings to settle debt
Greece to sell off historic buildings to settle debt
Greece's cultural gems have become the focus of renewed protest on the streets of Athens following the cash-strapped government's announcement of plans to include prime properties around the Acropolis, and other landmark buildings, in its privatisation programme....
France's hopes die in car crash
France's hopes die in car crash
France appears to be heading for a triple-dip recession amid concerns that a political deadlock in Italy could drag the eurozone back into crisis....
Spend, spend, spend ... it is the only way out of the depression
Spend, spend, spend ... it is the only way out of the depression
By now you will probably have read an awful lot about the financial crisis. Perhaps I have been reading all the wrong stuff, but until now I have...
SACCI: Bleak road ahead for business
SACCI: Bleak road ahead for business
Business did not experience a good holiday period and retail sales are still down in the dumps, says South African Chamber of Commerce and Industry...

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