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 Colen Garrow - “The situation as it is, is thus inequitable and will have to be addressed by government at some stage.”
 Colen Garrow - “In such instances, funds held offshore may potentially exceed the R750000 ceiling, which limits the amount of funds which may be taken offshore via the vehicle of private foreign currency accounts. The situation as it is, is thus inequitable and will have to be addressed by government at some stage.”
 Colen Garrow - “In such instances, funds held offshore may potentially exceed the R750000 ceiling, which limits the amount of funds which may be taken offshore via the vehicle of private foreign currency accounts. The situation as it is, is thus inequitable and will have to be addressed by government at some stage.”
 Colen Garrow - “It's likely to be a pro-growth budget in line with the government's target of reaching annual GDP growth of 6 by 2010.”
 Colen Garrow - “Manufacturing will be under pressure because of currency strength. It will hold the sector back and (keep) growth from reaching its potential level.”
 Colen Garrow - “Manufacturing will be under pressure because of currency strength, it will hold the sector back and put the handbrake on keeping growth from reaching its potential level.”
 Colen Garrow - “Fiscal relief may be the ammunition necessary to drive consumption expenditure but with it not being accompanied by aggressive monetary relief, growth in household consumption expenditure is showing signs of consolidation.”
 David Garrow - “The overarching theme in the questionnaire, I think, is trying too hard to gin herself up, ... She makes it sound like the White House counsel's office is the solicitor general, which it's not. She's presenting it as an office with major constitutional responsibility.”
 Colen Garrow - “In short, more South Africans employed suggests more disposable income and more money being spent on retail goods.”
 Colen Garrow - “Another issue likely to resurface is the matter of 'a more competitive exchange rate', deciphered as code for the rand to weaken. Moral suasion such as this may be good for export-biased manufacturers, but will hardly be considered good for observers of inflation, or long-term interest rate markets.”
 Colen Garrow - “The SARB will probably do nothing with interest rates when it meets next week.”
 David Garrow - “Judge Roberts has a combination of substantive expertise and stylistic smoothness ... He's likely to fly through this without anyone laying a fingernail on him.”
 David Garrow - “I very much think Sandra Day O'Connor will indeed remain a 'real' justice.”
 David Garrow - “the serious constitutional heavy lifting is done in the Justice Department.”
 Colen Garrow - “In such instances, funds held offshore may potentially exceed the R750000 ceiling, which limits the amount of funds which may be taken offshore via the vehicle of private foreign currency accounts. The situation as it is, is thus inequitable and will have to be addressed by government at some stage.”
 Colen Garrow - “In such instances, funds held offshore may potentially exceed the R750000 ceiling, which limits the amount of funds which may be taken offshore via the vehicle of private foreign currency accounts. The situation as it is, is thus inequitable and will have to be addressed by government at some stage.”
 David Garrow - “Within the world of Austin and (Bush's) growing up in Texas, SMU is more than perfectly respectable, It certainly is above, say, Baylor in that sense, ... SMU may not quite be ranked by anybody with Duke, Vanderbilt, Emory or Tulane. But it is in that family even if not atop that family.”
 David Garrow - “It is personal connections and relationships. And if you look back to a Franklin Roosevelt, a John Kennedy, they were products of that elite world,”
 David Garrow - “For 30 years, ever since John Paul Stevens, there has been an unbroken pattern of naming sitting appellate judges,”
 David Garrow - “The phrasing of it is so atypical, almost original. I think it's an important indicator of what kind of justice he might be.”
 Colen Garrow - “It's a modest number but it could be better were it not for the rand. The sector is growing on strength of local demand and it does look as though global manufacturing is pulling itself out of a slump - but we are not out of the doldrums yet.”
 David Garrow - “There are no real blockbuster cases on the docket so far. But there are a number of unusual cases out there, issues the justices want to revisit.”
 Colen Garrow - “Welfare and dependency grants, personal income tax relief, and cuts in those costs which would make housing more affordable for middle and low income earners are likely to buoy consumption expenditure, and manufacturing.”
 Colen Garrow - “It would appear that with revenue collection exceeding budget this fiscal year, additional tax relief may be forthcoming when Finance Minister Trevor Manuel unveils the national Budget for 20062007 on 15th February. Welfare and dependency grants, personal income tax relief, and cuts in those costs which would make housing more affordable for middle and low income earners are likely to buoy consumption expenditure, and manufacturing.”
 David Garrow - “I come away with a very strong impression that Roberts will be a much more classical judicial restraint justice than any of the current justices. He betrays no real policy agenda.”

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