The Report: South Africa 2013

The Report: South Africa 2013

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The Rainbow Nation benefits from an internationally competitive private sector, which accounts for roughly 70% of GDP, and extremely competitive infrastructure; its utility sector, for example, produces just under half of the total power generated on the African continent. South Africa represents by far the most developed market in Africa, but there are still some structural challenges it is grappling with. Government strategies have set a target of increasing labour market participation from 54% in 2010 to 65% by 2030, bringing the number of workers in the formal sector to 25.3m people and lowering unemployment from 25% to 6%. While its fiscal space is narrow, long-term investments in infrastructure, education and health are expected to be key to attaining its growth potential. Recent years have seen both the public and private sectors look to strengthen regulatory frameworks in mining and industry a€“ in some cases, like the automotive sector, with impressive results.This is a relatively low credit offering in comparison to its clothing retail peers. Country ... It also offers a credit card, personal loans and insurance products. Woolworths ... Additionally, the companya#39;s relatively low creditoffering allows it to provide an attractive dividend cover of 1.5 times and a forward dividend yield of 3 %.

Title:The Report: South Africa 2013
Author: Oxford Business Group
Publisher:Oxford Business Group - 2013-09-04

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