Here’s how foreign investors, markets are reacting to the unrest in SA

Posted in: Intellidex in the media, Politics on July 15, 2021


In discussing how foreign investors and markets are reacting to the unrest in South Africa, Peter Attard Montalto tells CNBC Africa that the unrest and arson do not necessarily mean that foreign direct investment stops, but merely changes the risk-reward dynamic. This might see project sizes be curtailed and SA becoming less attractive to investors compared to other places.

Watch the full interview here. 

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