THE NEXT 10 YEARS: An Economist’s perspective

Dawie Roodt, Chief Economist of Efficient Group will be sharing his views on where South Africa and other world economies are going.
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THE NEXT 10 YEARS: An Economist’s perspective

Dawie Roodt, Chief Economist of Efficient Group will be sharing his views on where South Africa and other world economies are going.

Dawie Roodt, Chief Economist of Efficient Group will be sharing his views on where South Africa and other world economies are going.

From shadow-banking in China, to private property rights in South Africa, all the way to bonds in the US. What’s most interesting is how private property rights have played a pivotal role in human and technological advancement since the dawn of man.

Concerning South Africa’s fiscal and monetary policy, labour legislation, contracted growth, weak productivity and living above our means, we are in a lot of trouble! On the global frontier there’s talk about lower for long, normalization, and even public debt bubbles.

However, there is no reason to feel dismayed.

Dawie will explain in such a way so everyone will understand how they can protect themselves and their assets!

Date Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Time 17h30 Cheese & Wine |18h15 Presentation & Discussion

Venue Free Market Foundation, Prime Meridian House, Block 6, Bryanston Gate Office Park, 170 Curzon Road, Bryanston (off Main Road, opposite Sandton Medi-Clinic)

RSVP by clicking on http://www.fmfevents.co.za/Event.aspx?ID=78 (essential as seating limited)

Guests & friends welcome – please RSVP for each one individually so that their names are recorded. 

If you cannot join us, no need to RSVP

No entrance fee but a donation towards the provision of refreshments would be appreciated. 

Security: Please bring this invitation with you as it will speed up the security process; without it you will need to complete the security form at the gate. 

Media Enquiries                                      
Joan Evans                                      
011 884 0270                                              
joanevans@fmfsa.org

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Dawie Roodt, Chief Economist of Efficient Group will be sharing his views on where South Africa and other world economies are going.

From shadow-banking in China, to private property rights in South Africa, all the way to bonds in the US. What’s most interesting is how private property rights have played a pivotal role in human and technological advancement since the dawn of man.

Concerning South Africa’s fiscal and monetary policy, labour legislation, contracted growth, weak productivity and living above our means, we are in a lot of trouble! On the global frontier there’s talk about lower for long, normalization, and even public debt bubbles.

However, there is no reason to feel dismayed.

Dawie will explain in such a way so everyone will understand how they can protect themselves and their assets!

Date Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Time 17h30 Cheese & Wine |18h15 Presentation & Discussion

Venue Free Market Foundation, Prime Meridian House, Block 6, Bryanston Gate Office Park, 170 Curzon Road, Bryanston (off Main Road, opposite Sandton Medi-Clinic)

RSVP by clicking on http://www.fmfevents.co.za/Event.aspx?ID=78 (essential as seating limited)

Guests & friends welcome – please RSVP for each one individually so that their names are recorded. 

If you cannot join us, no need to RSVP

No entrance fee but a donation towards the provision of refreshments would be appreciated. 

Security: Please bring this invitation with you as it will speed up the security process; without it you will need to complete the security form at the gate. 

Media Enquiries                                      
Joan Evans                                      
011 884 0270                                              
joanevans@fmfsa.org

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