PUBLIC SECTOR INSIGHTS | 01 MARCH 2021

Failing SOCs: What can
the private sector do?

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Bakang Letshwiti

Head: State-Owned Companies Coverage, Absa Corporate and Investment Banking

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Bakang Letshwiti discusses the focus on state-owned companies (SOCs) at a 2020 post-budget review session.

Absa-CIB-Author
Bakang Letshwiti

Head: State-Owned Companies Coverage, Absa Corporate and Investment Banking

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