TIPS Forum 2001: New Directions in the South African Economy

The South African economy has undergone drastic changes since the establishment of democracy in 1994. The new Government embarked on the following restructuring process comprising of the following: macroeconomic stability; trade liberalisation; foreign exchange control reform; privatisation; deregulation of certain sectors and the establishment of sector-specific regulators; a revamped competition regime and a general move away from market distorting; demand-side measures to efficiency enhancing; and supply side measures.

See Annual Forum papers