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Increased activity in the manufacturing sector has led analysts to believe SA will reach pre-pandemic levels of GDP this year, earlier than initially forecast. 

However, they warned that current improvements in the manufacturing sector could be short-lived as geopolitical tensions pose extensive threats to the global supply chain. This in turn will have cost implications for the domestic economy and also hurt sentiment...

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