There are three weeks to go before the annual Western Cape Manufacturing Indaba, to be held on the 7th November 2018 at the Century City Convention Centre, kicks off. It is a revered platform for assembling provincial manufacturers and businesses to explore growth opportunities, uncover the latest manufacturing incentives and trends, as well as to network and collaborate with relevant contacts vested in the sector.
A private manufacturing survey hit a 14-month low in August as the Caixin/Markit Purchasing Manager's Index (PMI) came in at 50.6 — the weakest since June 2017.
China's manufacturing activity improved in August but sales weakened amid a worsening tariff war with Washington, a survey showed Friday.
The rand opened about 0.5 percent weaker on Tuesday, trading near the R13.40 mark before strengthening to R13.28 during intraday trade.
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