TitleActivities of transnational corporations in South Africa.
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Welcomes the recent positive political developments in South Africa which enhance the possibilities for the total eradication of apartheid in South Africa; invites Governments, entrepreneurs and enterprises, including transnational corporations to give their full and concerted support with a view to achieving the total eradication of the apartheid system and the establishment of a united non-racial and democratic South Africa; requests the Secretary-General: (a) in close cooperation with the relevant organs of UN, to continue the work of collecting and disseminating information on the activities of transnational corporations in South Africa, including the list of transnational corporations conducting operations there; (b) to continue preparing studies on the level, form and responsibilities of operation of transnational corporations in South Africa, including their non-equity business arrangements and their involvement in particular sectors of the South African economy; (c) to continue examining possible contributions of transnational corporations to the construction of a united and non-racial democratic South Africa in the economic and social fields, taking into account the special need for development in the areas of human resources, particularly the training of black South African entrepreneurs, employment, housing and health.
Adopted at the 41st plenary meeting, 30 July 1992. In: Resolutions and decisions adopted by the Economic and Social Council at its substantive session of 1992, New York, 29 June-31 July and 18 August 1992. - E/1992/INF/7. - 27 Aug. 1992. - p. 87-89. - Issued in ESCOR, 1992, Suppl. no. 1.