Changes to JSE may hit publishers

Changes to JSE may hit publishers

A is cialis safe proposal by the JSE allowing listed companies to publish their earning statement in summarised, shortened format will affect the transparency and reputation of the bourse, according to a report published this morning.

The Business Day reported that advertising revenue at media companies such as the Business Day and the Financial Mail and other buy viagra in ottawa print publications which publish statements, was expected to come under pressure when the change come to effect in January.

The JSE’s director of issuer services, John Burke, told The Business Day in May that the changes had been under cialis duration consideration for the past 12 years, meaning media companies had enough time to change their business model.

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