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Special Economic Zones: Lessons for South Africa from International Evidence and Local Experience

"Special economic zones are defined as specially-demarcated geographic areas in which some aspect of the business environment, whether the quality of the infrastructure or the regulatory regime, differs from the norms prevailing in the rest of the …

What if South Africa had a Special Economic Zone that was Actually Special?

The current report is intended is intended as a clear statement of what SEZs could offer South Africa in the country’s ongoing, but tragically delayed, quest to achieve faster employment growth. We make the case for SEZs again, because our argument …

New Dimensions of Growth and Development in Africa-China Cooperation

Africa’s engagement with China has grown considerably over the past two decades, and this growth trajectory is bound to continue. For African countries and China, it is important to take stock of the gains made. This policy briefing assesses the eco…

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