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An association which represents businesses involved in the collection and processing of scrap metal has launched a court application to challenge the government’s decision to continue with regulations forcing industry players to sell at a discount locally while an export tax has been introduced.

The Metal Recyclers Association of SA, whose members collect and process an estimated 80% of all scrap metal in the country, argues that the parallel requirements of the new export duties — which have been implemented and the unexpected continuation of the price preference system — results in a double barrier to the ordinary export of scrap metals...

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