Inbound and outbound foreign direct investment in an environment of politics, geography, history and globalization. Since the end of apartheid, South Africa had significant economic reforms to attract more foreign direct investment, but it was slow in coming. At the same time South African firms had to key players in sub-Saharan Africa and beyond. Taken together, these investment decisions could have a major long-term influence on economic growth in South Africa and policy … Read more »

Inbound and outbound foreign direct investment in an environment of politics, geography, history and globalization. Since the end of apartheid, South Africa had significant economic reforms to attract more foreign direct investment, but it was slow in coming. At the same time South African firms had to key players in sub-Saharan Africa and beyond. Taken together, these investment decisions could have a major long-term influence on economic growth and political stability in South Africa. South African policy needs to decide what she wanted from the private sector, and how to achieve it.
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Source: Harvard Business School
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Release Date: 04 April 2007. Prod #: 707019-PDF-ENG
Foreign Direct Investment and South Africa HBR case solution

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