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The Legal Situation

Development and Regulations Act and the Monopoly and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, for only then, it would be argued, they could create more jobs for the "sons of the soil'. This would be putting economic theory truly on its head, for monopolies restrict output and employment. But opportunism is as opportunism does.

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