Memorandum II - The Effect of Economic Sanctions on the Union of South Africa

by T. Bruce Birkenhead, American Committee on Africa
New York, New York, United States
October 1960
Publisher: American Committee on Africa
6 pages
Type: Memorandum
Coverage in Africa: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi
Language: English
Memorandum analyzing the effect sanctions would have on South Africa. The memorandum says except for the role of gold South Africa is a typical nation, with exports playing a highly significant part in national income and that this makes South Africa extremely vulnerable to outside pressure. The memorandum includes the following tables: Table I. National Income, Exports, and Gold Exports of South Africa • Table II. International Trade of South Africa • Table III. International Trade of South Africa January-May 1960 • Table IV. South African Exports by Destination • Table V. South African Exports
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Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to the American Committee on Africa).
Collection: Africa Action Archive