The slowdown in China‘s economy — the largest consumer of commodities and a key global manufacturing hub — will lead to a slowdown in demand for SA’s commodity exports.

In addition to the war, frequent and wider-ranging lockdowns in China — including in the country’s key manufacturing hubs — have also slowed activity, causing new bottlenecks in global supply chains...

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