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SA Stumbles

South Africans will not be surprised to learn from the 2016 Economic Freedom of the World (EFW) report, published by the Fraser Institute, that their country has lost another 12 places on the economic freedom index, dropping from 93rd in 2013 to 105th in 2014 (the latest year for which comprehensive figures are available for the 159 countries analysed). They will nevertheless be distressed to learn that SA has lost 73 places on the index since 2000.
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