OPINION | Creating jobs costs money - how can cash-strapped SA shape a post-pandemic turnaround?

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Creating jobs cost a lot of money and public finances have only limited capacity to expand employment through fiscal spending, if the efforts are not coordinated with the industry in a broader industrial policy strategy, says Alexis Habiyaremy.

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