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oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - Modern problems of monetary law

 

Abstract

We believe that the whole monetary law has not adjusted itself to modern social economic conditions and requirements. The monetary law finds itself in a strategic position between inflation and resistance to inflation, but in its present position it does not assist modern society in the solution of contemporary problems. A far-reaching structural reform is necessary. The interest in monetary law which is not practically dormant should be revived on the academic and practical level. The monetary law is an additional dimension of the problem of financing growth and full employment, ie, of financing progress, economic and social. It cannot be left for long in its present unreformed state.

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1973-07-01
2016-12-09
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