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Halving Poverty and Unemployment in South Africa:Choices for the next ten years 1
Asghar Adelzadeh – Director Applied Development ResearchSolutions, USA
What is Pro Poor Growth? What are some of the thingsthat hinder its achievement in South Africa?
Charles Meth- Honorary Research Fellow School of Development Studies University of Kwa Zulu Natal and Research AssociateSouth African Labour and Development Research Unit, University of Cape Town
Pro Poor Trade and Industry Policies: Considerationsfor South Africa 133
Mohammed Jahed – Associate Professor Graduate School Of Public and Development Management, University of TheWitwatersrand
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