The Chinese president is saying to Donald Trump ‘don’t do this’.— Stephen Grootes, EWN
“I have no doubt that 2017 ushers in a much more stable environment in our economy,” said Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa in Davos at the 2017 World Economic Forum on Tuesday.
Ramaphosa says South Africa’s institutions acted as shock absorbers for the country last year.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed EWN’s Stephen Grootes who is in Davos for the 2017 World Economic Forum.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
When people talk about ‘global economic uncertainty’ they talk about Donald Trump.— Stephen Grootes, EWN
Cyril Ramaphosa kept referring to 2016 as the year of turbulence. He was, of course, referring to the firing on Finance Minister Nene.— Stephen Grootes, EWN
Trade stops wars.— Stephen Grootes, EWN
(For more news, analysis and insights on Davos 2017 go to EWN’s WEF portal in partnership with Ashburton Investments.)
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