South Africa’s new Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is trying to woo investors in London.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Emerging Markets Economist Peter Attard Montalto.
Montalto spoke about the controversy prone minister’s attempts to persuade.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
There’s really an uphill struggle here.— Peter Attard Montalto
Investors are still giving him the benefit of the doubt.— Peter Attard Montalto
We’re waiting for actions – positive or negative – from the minister.— Peter Attard Montalto
Minister Gigaba may have good ideas, however, there are parts of Government moving in another direction.— Peter Attard Montalto
The Mining Charter is very destructive.— Peter Attard Montalto
There are strong elements within the ANC that want further downgrades… It’s not that they don’t understand; they don’t care.— Peter Attard Montalto
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