By Mboniso Sigonyela JOHANNESBURG, Dec 21 (Reuters) - South Africa's launch of a second set of guidelines on black economic empowerment should ease investor concerns and bring clarity over the interpretation of the process, analysts said on Wednesday. On Tuesday, the trade and industry department launched the second phase of Codes of Good Practice for Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment, intended to provide guidance on the interpretation and definition of BEE. BEE is an affirmative ...
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