What happens when U.S. companies sell their South African operations?
South Africa Review Service, 1987 - Business & Economics - 16 pages
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affirmative action Afri American asterisk indicates black businessmen black managers black trade unions black unions British company buyers Citibank closed office commercial bank companies that left company in South Corp departing U.S. direct investment distribution or franchise economic financing GMSA happens when U.S. HOOVER INSTITUTION International Harvester investment banker Kodak labor practices labor relations Labor union left South Africa Legal Resources Center licensing agreements MAWU owners PepsiCo percent purchase price rand exchange rate repay retains a licensing SELL THEIR SOUTH seven companies shop stewards social change organizations sold to South South African assets South African company South African firms South African industry South African managers South African operation South African subsidiaries Soweto strike strikers Sullivan principles Sullivan Report third party told IRRC trust U.S. companies selling U.S. firms U.S. parent company U.S.-owned firms union officials unsecured loan Urban Foundation wage increases workers