Localisation can bring about structural change and place South Africa on a firmer footing

September 6, 2021 Dispatch Live 0 Comments

Localisation has received a lot of attention in this publication over the past few months. Some have dismissed it as something that is costly and makes it difficult for firms to source imported products, or as a major inhibitor to accessing export markets for anything from raw chrome to scrap metal. For many who hold this view, interfering in any market is anathema. Recent articles have gone further, to suggest a commitment to localisation, as held in the Economic Reconstruction & Recovery Plan (ERRP), is akin to sabotaging the African Continental Free Trade Area agreement in its embryonic stages.Read More.

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