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There have been a number of very significant developments in South Africa’s exchange control and tax regimes. These include the Reserve Bank’s recent lifting of the restriction on so-called “ring structures” to encourage foreign investment in South Africa, and the proposed relaxation of control restrictions on exchanges for emigrants to encourage all South Africans working abroad to maintain their ties to the country.


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