Finance minister launches World Economic History Congress

Posted by Johan Fourie on 2012-07-09

While the current economic crisis in developed nations may drag on “for as long as 20 years” to come, emerging economies have become the globe’s “new engines of economic growth,” Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan told delegates to the World Economic History Congress (WEHC 2012) in Stellenbosch on Monday morning (9 July 2012). Read full article here. [Photo by: Reinhardt Germishuijs]

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