South African poultry group is trying to suspend US …. – Brinkwire

JOHANNESBURG, August 21 – The South African Poultry Association (SAPA) has instituted legal proceedings to force the government to suspend a quota that excludes US poultry imports from South Africa's anti-dumping law, a senior official said at the organization Tuesday.

SAPA's decision was a response to the decision by the Trump government to include South Africa in countries subject to increased US rates for their aluminum and steel exports.

Marthinus Stander, chairman of the broiler organization of SAPA, said that the tariffs have violated the agreement that set the tariff in 2015. (Reporting by Joe Bavier Editing by James Macharia)

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