U.S.-South Africa Trade Spat Risks $1.7 Billion of ExportsBy and
American farmers want South Africa to remove trade barriers
South Africa has more than doubled exports to U.S. since 2000
South Africa is fighting to retain duty-free access for exports to the U.S. worth as much as $1.7 billion a year in a dispute that pits farmers in the two nations against each other.
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