Finance Minister’s call to turn African Bank to state bank are ” not positive”

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on February 8, 2021

The idea of a state bank is the ultimate zombie idea and has been around for some time. It has no good reason to it, argues Dr Stuart Theobald, executive chair at Intellidex. Listen to the 702 interview with Bruce Whitfield business below.

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