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Postal adress:

Private Bag X1, Matieland, 7602, South Africa

Phone: +27 (0)21 808 2247

Fax: +27 (0)21 808 4637

E-mail: [protected email address]

 

Directions from the airport (the N2 from Cape Town):

From Cape Town, take the N2 (direction Somerset West)

After approximately 20km turn left onto R310 (Baden Powell, Stellenbosch off-ramp)

Continue untill you eventually reach a T-junction with route R306

Turn right and you will enter Stellenbosch via Adam Tas road

Passing the railway station, carry on until you reach a robot intersetion with Merriman Avenue. Turn right into Merriman Avenue

After crossing three robot intersections, turn right into De Beer street. 100m further to the right is the Neelsie parking lot.

From here it is another 50m walk in the direction of the mountains. The Schumann building is the tall building opposite the Van der Ster building. The Department of Economics is located on the 5th floor.

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20 November 2017
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20 November 2017
Last week, retail and wholesale data was released for the domestic economy. The September growth figures completed the picture for the third quarter. In this regard, the growth in retail sales should support GDP growth in Q3, while a significant contraction in wholesale sales will have the opposite effect. Internationally, economic growth was reported...

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