U.S., South Africa Agoa Wrangle Continues

U.S. President Barack Obama has said that South Africa is not meeting requirements agreed between the two countries and that it has until 15 March to comply or risk the suspension of Agoa trade benefits.

  • South Africa:   U.S.-SA Agoa Wrangle Continues

    News24Wire, 12 January 2016

    South Africa has until March 15 to fully comply with the US over its meat imports, after US President Barack Obama on Monday ordered the suspension of duty-free treatment to all… Read more »

  • South Africa:   DTI 'Working' to Get U.S. Poultry On SA Shelves

    News24Wire, 12 January 2016

    The suspension of South Africa's agriculture benefits from Agoa on March 15 will be lifted as soon as the first shipment of poultry enters the SA market, according to the… Read more »

U.S. President Barack Obama (file photo).

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