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Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer

Terence Creamer is the Editor of Engineering News and a Deputy Editor for Mining Weekly.

He also has editorial responsibility for Polity.org.za and Creamer Media's Research Channel Africa.

Tel: +2711 622 3744

Email: newsdesk@engineeringnews.co.za

Sisulu's plan to build bridges into Africa

13th April 2004 Former editor, broadcast chief and media baron Zwelakhe Sisulu has established a new mining-focused entity to act as a bridge between South African mining companies and African countries with significant mineral potential. 

IFC sets $400m/y disbursement target for sub-Saharan Africa

9th April 2004 The private-sector arm of the World Bank group, International Finance Corporation (IFC), is targeting annual commitments of about $400-million in sub-Saharan Africa by adopting a far more aggressive stance towards project development in the region. 

African apparel makers desperate to see Agoa III passed urgently

9th April 2004 Despite strong bipartisan support for the extension of Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa), there is growing angst among many African apparel producers about whether the legislation will be approved before October. The date is key, as the vital ‘third country’ textile provision... 

Building Bridges into Africa

9th April 2004 Former editor, broadcast chief and media baron Zwelakhe Sisulu has established a new mining-focused entity to act as a bridge between South African mining companies and African countries with significant mineral potential. 

Political developments unlikely to jeopardise US-Sacu trade deal

31st March 2004 Strong bipartisan support for the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) is likely to be transposed on to the planned free-trade agreement (FTA) between the US and the five-country Southern African Customs Union (Sacu), a senior embassy official asserted yesterday. 

Our pricing is extremely responsible – Iscor

26th March 2004 South Africa’s leading steel producer Iscor has responded to ongoing criticism of its pricing policies by arguing that it is and has been “extremely responsible” in the way it is, and has been, setting domestic prices. 

Sacu trade negotiators plan to keep date with Washington

26th March 2004 With the US and the Southern African Customs Union (Sacu) having set five more meetings between May and the end of the year to wrap up free trade agreement (FTA) talks, negotiators on both sides are working feverishly to stay on track to conclude matters at the final, open-ended, meeting set to... 

Steel No 2 pursues flexible pricing strategy

22nd March 2004 South Africa’s second-largest steel producer, Highveld Steel & Vanadium, is implementing a new domestic pricing policy in a bid to decrease uncertainty and buffer its direct and indirect customers from dislocating price shocks. 

Steel No 2 pursues flexible pricing strategy

19th March 2004 South Africa’s second-largest steel producer, Highveld Steel & Vanadium, is implementing a new domestic pricing policy in a bid to decrease uncertainty and buffer its direct and indirect customers from dislocating price shocks. 

The road ahead after African road ruin

19th March 2004 Construction, steel and construction-materials group Aveng has developed a six-point plan for dealing with problems at its beleaguered construction entity, Grinaker-LTA, particularly its roads division. 

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