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Assessed losses : an investigation into the restrictions imposed on a taxpayer, prohibiting the utilisation of the relief from taxation arising from an assessed loss.
Section 20 of the Income Tax Act, No 58 of 1962 allows a taxpayer that has sustained an assessed loss to carry forward the balance of assessed loss and be set off against income earned in the future years. In addition, the ...
An empirical analysis of the pricing behaviour of selected 3-digit sectors in the South African manufacturing industry (1965-1990).
While conventional economic theory posits that price is determined by the interplay between the forces of supply and demand, review of literature reveals that the findings of industrial surveys and empirical studies of the ...
Development planning and macroeconomic policy integration : a study of Eritrea.
The purpose of this paper was to assess the integration of development planning and macroeconomic policy in Eritrea. In the first section of the paper, assessment of output and sectoral contribution to GDP of the major ...
Economic growth in South Africa : a Kaldorian approach.
Professor Lord Nicholas Kaldor (1908 - 1986) made original and important contributions to the theory of the firm, to Keynesian economics, to growth and distribution theory, to equilibrium economics, and to thinking about ...
The Natal Land and Colonisation Company in colonial Natal, 1860 - 1890.
The Natal Land and Colonisation Company was incorporated in 1860 in London. Its capital was partly subscribed by City financiers, the rest being made up of land obtained from Natal land speculators in exchange for fully-paid-up ...
Building human security in Ituri Province, Democratic Republic of Congo.
Armed conflict in Ituri since 1996 to the present day has resulted in the widespread and severe violation of human rights that include massive killings, rape, torture, mutilation and property destruction that has infringed ...
The viability of regional monetary integration : the case of the Southern African common monetary area.
Through mutual trade in goods and assets, economies become closer linked - integrated - and this changes the way these economies react to their own and each other's economic policy and disturbances. Recognising this, the ...
"The solidarity group programme : a mechanism for delivering credit to informal sector microenterprises".
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