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  • This means that foreign exchange earnings from international tourism, for the first time, exceeded R20 billion ad made a substantial contribution to our balance of payments, the country's overall economicgrowth and to job creation.

    MINISTER JORDAN BRIEFING TO PRESS 13 AUGUST 1998

  • As the thought starts to penetrate the fug that economicgrowth may have almost stopped on their watch and the wild-eyed TPs are are about to bring the the whole edifice down.

    The Guardian World News

  • Roosevelt's average growth of 5.2 percent during the Great Depression is even higher thantheReagan administration'svaunted3. 7 percent history of economicgrowth in its highest years.

    OpEdNews - OpEdNews.Com Progressive, Tough Liberal News and Opinion

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