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South Africa’s fragmenting parliament a fiscal headache

South Africa’s upcoming general election looks likely to result in a much more fragmented parliament and mark a shift to coalition government. The lesson from elsewhere in the emerging world is that this can often lead to a worsening fiscal position.

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