Alastair Newton

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The country has clearly been struggling economically for some considerable time. If you look at GDP growth it's been very poor indeed and, certainly, that is even poorer if one puts it alongside the demographics of the country. Things may pick up once Zuma is gone or once we know who his replacement is going to be because markets are very good at dealing with poor situations if they are stable situations. With the Rand plummeting, South Africa becomes even more attractive to tourists. It's pretty cheap going down there right now and it still has a wonderful, wonderful, tourist offering.feedback
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Apr 13 2017 South Africa
I think markets have consistently underestimated Zuma's ability to survive, despite the fact that the [African National Congress] itself is clearly deeply divided, despite the fact that there will be thousands of protesters on the streets today. Zuma still remains very firmly in control. He enjoys dominance of the national executive committee, the ANC, which he has cultivated through patronage, and I think the chances of him being ousted in the short-to-medium term are pretty low.” said Alastair Newton on this article: Jacob Zuma likely stays in power despite South Africa's weak economic outlook: Political analyst. This page contains 10 articles quoting Alastair Newton. Main topics on which Alastair Newton is quoted are Italy and EU. In addition you’ll find 14 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
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Sep 05 2016

(The result was) a blow to the chancellor personally and sharpens the question over whether she will lead her party into next year's general election.feedback

Sep 05 2016 - Christian Democratic Union of Germany

Let's see what happens in Berlin a fortnight from now (in the state election) before writing Merkel off.feedback

Jun 29 2016 - Single market

My base case remains that the U.K. will ultimately negotiate continued access to the single market Norway-style despite significant hurdles to overcome both among the 27 (EU nations) and at home. I think that ultimately the offer of a Norway-type relationship will be on the table, i.e. including free movement of labor, and will be reluctantly accepted by the Westminster government.feedback

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