On Wednesday, January 16, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa spoke with the country’s business delegation at breakfast on the eve of the World Economic Forum (WEF).
The president said, that during the forum, which starts next week, South Africa will be able to attract $ 100 billion of new investments. The fact is that, as noted by Ramaphosa, the South African government plans to create its investment book.
According to the WEF report, trade disputes in 2019 may continue as it sharply worsened last year. For example, in 2018 there was tension in trade between the US and China.
According to the president of the WEF, Børge Brende, well-coordinated work of countries will help to deal with difficult situations, including in the economy.