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#AgriMarkets: SA’s agricultural trade surplus expanded in the first quarter of...

The ongoing COVID-19 crisis has brought uncertainty in global trade because of disruptions in supply chains and weakening demand. South Africa’s agricultural...

Grain producers take stand against JSE’s location differential

This article was originally published on Daily Maverick. Click here to read the original article. The ball is rolling in the grain...

UK announces new post-Brexit global tariff regime

This article was originally published on Reuters. Click here to read the original article. The United Kingdom (UK) announced...

Coronavirus disrupts floral trade and production

This article was originally published on FloralDaily. Click here to read the original article. This article provides an update...

#AgriMarkets: Russia-Africa Summit urges trade expansion

The first Russia-Africa Summit concluded with an announcement that urged all participants to increase co-operation in security, science, environmental protection, trade and...

Tackling illegal tobacco trade could bring in 55% of SARS tax...

Responding to the SARS announcement that for the 2018/2019 period, it experienced a revised deficit in revenue collection of R14.6 billion, the Tobacco Institute...

Liquor industry signs Guidelines for Good Business Practice

The liquor industry has signed the Guidelines for Good Business Practice for South African Companies Operating on the African Continent. The signing ceremony, which...

Good performance in SA agricultural exports despite drought

Wandile Sihlobo, agricultural economist, at Agribusiness Research at the Agricultural Business Chamber (Agbiz) of South Africa, comments on South Africa’s agricultural exports. “Value of...

Soya bean update from around the globe

Escalating trade war issues between the world’s two largest superpowers has prompted China to shun United States (US) soya beans. Instead, there is clear...

Illicit tobacco trade affecting farmers in SA

On 5 July the Tobacco Institute of Southern Africa (TISA) hosted an event to brief the media on illicit tobacco trade in South Africa....