It’s a very calm, thorough, evidence-based, well-referenced document from National Treasury… He actually generates a real buzz…— Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research - Intellidex
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni on Tuesday published a document that sets out National Treasury’s plan to get the economy growing again.
The plan details the structural reforms needed to get South Africa out of its decade-long economic slump.
Click here for a summary of the plan.
Comments for Mboweni may be sent (by 15 September) to Rita.Coetzee@treasury.gov.za.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and scroll down for more quotes from it).
The paper doesn’t surprise at all… it’s saying very clearly ‘this is what the evidence points to’…— Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research - Intellidex
The evidence presented in the paper… makes it a very powerful document.— Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research - Intellidex
This has taken a long time to put together…— Peter Attard Montalto, Head of Capital Markets Research - Intellidex
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