South Africa Current-Account Gap Worsens as Imports ClimbBy
Trade surplus swings to shortfall in third quarter, SARB says
Portfolio investment by South Africans abroad at record high
South Africa’s current-account deficit widened to 4.1 percent of gross domestic product in the third quarter as consumers boosted imports of mobile phones and cars and dividend payments to foreign investors increased.
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