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The International Trade Administration Commission (Itac), a regime that regulates the movement of goods across SA’s borders,  on Friday placed provisional anti-dumping duties on frozen bone-in chicken pieces from Brazil, Denmark, Ireland, Poland and Spain to protect local chicken farmers.

The duties range from 6% to 265.1% for various poultry producers from Brazil, from 39% to 67.4% for Denmark, 158.42% for Ireland, 5% to 96.9% from Poland and 3% to 85.8% from Spain and will remain in place until June 14 2022. ..

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