In a fitting answer to critics who say dumped chicken imports are doing no harm, the local industry has set out in great detail the damage done and the threat to local chicken producers and local jobs by a flood of unfairly priced dumped imports.

The information is contained across hundreds of pages in the application by the SA Poultry Association for anti-dumping duties against Brazil and four EU countries. The application relates only to bone-in chicken (leg quarters, thighs, wings) imported from Brazil, Denmark, Ireland, Poland and Spain. It also quantifies the extent of dumping...

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