China is the future, Bay business told
AMID the European and American market crisis, Nelson Mandela Bay businesses need to look to China if they want to experience strong growth in the coming years, but they will need to change the way they do business.
Tough times here to stay
OPTIMISTS predicting a financially sound 2012 are in for a big surprise, with possible interest rate hikes and more global market instability set to unfold in the course of the year, according to senior Nedbank economist Nicky Weimar.
IDZ clinches R600m truck plant boost
POLITICIANS, business leaders and government officials cheered yesterday as China’s First Auto Works (FAW) sealed a 500-job, R600-million deal with the Coega Industrial Development Zone which is set to boost the Eastern Cape’s economy.
SA economy grows by 3.2 percent
South Africa’s economy expanded to a growth rate of 3.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2011, Statistics SA said on Tuesday (28/02/2012).
Deep-water ports reason for IDZs
THE main motive behind the establishment of the industrial development zones (IDZs) in 2000 was to use the deep-water ports, former trade and industry minister Alec Erwin said yesterday.
Company closures down: Stats SA
Fewer companies closed down in January compared to the same month the year before, Statistics SA said on Monday (27/02/2012).
Bay woman’s vision reaps the rewards
HER passion to help others achieve their dreams inspired a Port Elizabeth businesswoman to start her own company which has been in operation for close to a decade.
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