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China manufacturing improves in August but sales weaken

China's manufacturing activity improved in August but sales weakened amid a worsening tariff war with Washington, a survey showed Friday. The China Federation of Logistics & Purchasing said its monthly purchasing managers'...

Weak rand could be great for manufactured exports

The rand opened about 0.5 percent weaker on Tuesday, trading near the R13.40 mark before strengthening to R13.28 during intraday trade. However, it is not all doom and gloom as analysts...

Solutions for fruit exporters’ pesticide residue headaches

At 2,7 million tonnes per year, South Africa is the largest fresh fruit exporter by volume in the southern hemisphere. Local produce is sold in 92 countries around the world, ranging...

New Transnet, DBSA finance scheme set up to support African rail exports

State-owned entities Transnet and the Development Bank of Southern Africa(DBSA) have agreed to create a new facility that will extend favourable financing to African and Middle Eastern buyers of TransnetEngineering’s (TE’s) rail rolling stock and portequipment. The financing...

Exporters encouraged to utilise more of Agoa tariff lines

South African exporters have been encouraged to utilise more of the tariff lines negotiated under the Africa Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA). This came through at the two-day Team Export South Africa...

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SA supplier sues after R4.5m US wine deal goes (literally) sour

A local wine supplier has taken legal action in the High Court in Pretoria against an American wine distributor. The former is suing the distributor...

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