Treasury: 3 concerns of investors, rating agencies

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Herman Verwey City Press
Herman Verwey City Press

Cape Town - Economic growth, fiscal policy and politics were the top concerns raised by investors and rating agencies during National Treasury's brief post-budget investor roadshow.

The week-long trip lasted just eight hours after President Jacob Zuma instructed Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to immediately return to South Africa from the UK.

"The meetings commenced at 10am and ended at 18h00 before the team headed for the airport to catch their flight back home," National Treasury said in a statement on Tuesday.

FULL STATEMENT: Gordhan's eight hours in London

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