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SA trade conditions remain constrained

Tough trade conditions in September and October suggest a decline in the value added by the wholesale and retail trade, hotels and restaurants as well as lower import and export volumes,...

South Africa set to boost trade with Cuba

The upcoming Havana International Fair will further advance relations between South Africa and Cuba, says Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Bulelani Mangwanishe. The Deputy Minister will lead a South African business delegation that...

SA cements trade links with Russia

South Africa’s Ambassador to Russia has commended the work put in by government to create opportunities for local businesspeople. Speaking at South Africa’s national pavilion at the World Food Moscow...

Wesgro hits back after ‘insinuations’ around trade missions

Wesgro has hit back after a local Cape Town newspaper article insinuated that trade missions do not benefit the provincial economy. In a statement the Western Cape’s official trade and investment promotion...

Trade surplus falls to R8.9 billion

Data from the SA Revenue Services (Sars) yesterday showed that the country’s trade surplus decreased to R8.9billion in July from a downwardly revised R10.5bn surplus in June, as both imports and...

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