In August 2022 the government suspended antidumping duties on frozen bone-in chicken portions from Brazil and several EU countries for one year to lessen the effect of high food inflation on struggling South Africans.

The decision is now coming up for review. Local poultry producers are asking minister of trade Ebrahim Patel to reinstate the duties, to offer the industry protection from dumping...

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