South Africa: The South African Pork Market

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Post estimates that South African pork imports will increase marginally by about 2.5 percent annually, reaching about 32,000 tons cwe in 2017 and 33,000 tons cwe in 2018. The recovery of the local pork production from drought is expected to increase local pork production hence suppressing the growth of imports. Post estimates that South African pork exports will stay constant at about 14,000 tons cwe in 2017 and 2018 as local pork demand is expected to grow due to an increase in the prices of beef and lamb. 

South Africa: The South African Pork Market

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