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SA ‘good for investment'

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SA ‘good for investment'

By Zweli Mokgata
From The Times

South Africa has improved as a place to do business, thanks to the streamlining of company law and taxation. That's according to a World Bank/International Finance Corp report released yesterday that ranked 181 countries according to how business-friendly they were.

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