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Cape Town - South Africa’s biggest challenge is to enhance a business environment where a larger part of the economic active population could add value - more inclusive economic growth - in support of more employment.

This is the view of the SA Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Sacci).

"The challenge for growth starts with fixed investment and foreign direct investment (FDI) to augment SA’s dismal savings rate and thus business and investor confidence are essential," Sacci said at the launch of its latest Business Confidence Index (BCI).
 
Sacci believes the management of investor and business sensitivities is of the utmost importance for it could adversely influence SA’s risk profile in local and international financial markets and as a fixed investment destination.

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