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FAS Pretoria provides summaries of the latest forecasts of the 11 countries it covers on production, supply, distribution and trade in agricultural products.

Sugar Annual | Sugar | Pretoria | South Africa – Republic of

Post forecasts that the South African sugar cane crop will increase by 3 percent to 18.8 million Metric Tons (MT) in the 2021/22 MY, based on normal weather conditions, improvements in yields, and marginal increases in area planted. Post forecasts that raw sugar production will increase by 3 percent to 2.2 million MT in the 2021/22 MY, based on...

Sugar Annual | Sugar | Pretoria | Zimbabwe

Post forecasts that sugar cane production in Zimbabwe will increase by 2 percent to 3.6 million Metric Tons (MT) in the 2021/22 Marketing Year (MY), based on normal weather conditions, availability of sufficient irrigation water, and an increase in area planted. Post forecasts that sugar production will increase by 1 percent to 415,000 MT in the 2021/22 MY, based...

Oilseeds and Products Annual | Oilseeds and Products

Post predicts that South Africa’s positive trend in soybean plantings will continue in the 2021/22 MY in line increased local crushing capacity. The COVID-19 pandemic has not impacted the industry in the 2020/21 MY, as soybean production is expected to increase by almost 40 percent to a historical high level of 1.7 million tons on a record planted area...

South Africa Initiates Antidumping Duty Investigations into Bone-in Chicken Meat from Brazil and Four EU Countries | Poultry and Products

On February 22, 2021, South Africa's International Trade Administration Commission (ITAC) initiated antidumping duty investigations on bone-in chicken imports from Poland, Ireland, Denmark, Spain and Brazil. The investigation is in response to an application by the South African Poultry Association alleging that these poultry products are being dumped in the Southern African Customs Union (SACU) market, and thereby causing...