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Department of Trade and Industry (South Africa)

Category: Organisation
Binomial Name: Government of the Republic of South Africa
Sub Category:Government
State/Country:Republic of South Africa
Summary Information:
According to their website, the Department of Trade and Industry's key role is to ensure that the South African economy 'benefits all'. In order to do this, their medium-term strategic objectives are to:

  • 'promote coordinated implementation of the accelerated and shared growth initiative;
  • promote direct investment and growth in the industrial and services economy, with particular focus on employment creation;
  • contribute towards the development and regional integration of the African continent within the Nepad framework;
  • promote broader participation, equity and redress in the economy; and
  • raise the level of exports and promote equitable global trade.'

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  • Government of the Republic of South Africa
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  • Financial Sector Charter on Black Economic Empowerment
  • Construction Sector Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Charter
  • Draft Black Economic Empowerment Charter for the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Sector

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