Reform of company law in South Africa

March 2004
Credit Control;2004, Vol. 25 Issue 3/4, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on impending reforms in company law in South Africa. Release of draft policy paper by Department of Trade and Industry; History of company law in South Africa; Setting of framework for detailed technical consultation.


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