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  • L'Afrique du Sud, un pays émergeant ?
  • Afrique du Sud ; Développement ; Développement économique ; SIDA ; Santé
  • The paper discusses the development, the dynamics and problems of South Africa becoming a so-called developing economy. After apartheid, South African capital could expand into all parts of Africa and worldwide. Economic growth inside South Africa
  • went up. But only a fraction of the population could participate from this welfare. In International comparison, esp. to the east-Asian region, South Africa even lost ground. In the near future, the AIDS pandemic will have even a growing impact
  • on the South Africa an efforts to secure its international standing as a developing economy. - (IfL)
  • . In particular the convergence of capital and real estate markets, the deregulation of national financial systems, new investment strategies and vehicles have led to rising cross-border investments. Once dominated by local competitors, markets throughout
  • the world now attract a range of international occupiers, investors, developers and consulting firms. - (IfL)
  • Nouveaux pays industrialisés : de nouveaux acteurs de la société mondiale du savoir
  • productions has become easier today, the road towards efficient innovation systems however is still long. The essay demonstrates that some emerging economies, close up to innovative countries because of their accumulation of capital, their investments
  • Since the 1990ies, Vietnam´s capital Hanoi has entered a new stage of urban development caused by an increasing reassertion of state control over urban spaces. Thoroughly planned new housing projects are also leading to highly selective
  • . The future development may be hampered by the lack of qualified human capital. - (IfL)