S.Africa urged to market empowerment policy better


CAPE TOWN, June 20 (Reuters) - South Africa must better communicate its policies on black economic empowerment (BEE) to foreign investors who fear nationalisation, top global business leaders said on Sunday. A decade after the end of apartheid, most of South Africa's economic wealth still rests with the white minority and the government is accelerating efforts to involve the black majority in the mainstream economy. The country's International Investment Council (IIC) -- which brings ...

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