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Strong economies have strong property rights and weak property rights result in weak economies. Zimbabwe and Bangladesh featured at the bottom of last year's IPRI Index, the first because its politicians have destroyed property rights and the legal system, the second because the people have never had such rights.
South Africa was placed a creditable 23rd (top 20%) on last year's index out of the 115 countries measured. Attend the launch, discover how SA has fared in the 2009 Report and receive a free copy.
For more information, or to RSVP, contact Judith: [email protected]
Tel: 011 884 0270 / Fax: 011 884 5672
Added by insideronline on February 20, 2009