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Vol 6 (AAC) No 1

Published 1st November 2012


South Africa

Calls for protection against Beijing’s exports

The government wants to improve trade terms with China as new studies show how cheap imports are damaging local industries and costing jobs

South Africa’s Trade Minister Rob Davies gave a list of trade concerns to Beijing officials in October during his tour of East Asia. Davies’s government wants to reduce the damage that cheap Chinese imports are wreaking on South Africa’s manufacturers.

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