South Africa Keeps U.S. Duty-Free Access After Trade DisputeBy
Country to allow 65,000 tons of chicken annually from U.S.
South Africa largest non-oil beneficiary of U.S. trade accord
South Africa will retain preferential access for its farming goods to the world’s biggest market after meeting benchmarks set by President Barack Obama to allow the import and sale of U.S. meat products.
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