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Slowdown in local economy forecast to be over by 2010

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Slowdown in local economy forecast to be over by 2010

By Tom Robbins
From Business Report

The local economic slowdown, which had "no dramatic implications at all", was expected to be over by 2010, resulting in a return of buoyant consumers, according to a report by researcher Planet Retail.

Justmoney.co.za says:

Well 2010 is always mooted as the answer to our problems. But until then get a savings account, tranfer your credit cards, consolidate your debt and healthcheck your finances.

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