South Africa: United States Poultry Exports to South Africa Continue Steady Increase

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The United States exports bone-in chicken meat to South Africa under a Tariff Rate Quota (TRQ) arrangement, which was set at 68,590 tons to be imported quarterly for the April 2019 - March 2020 quota year. The TRQ provides a key market access opportunity for U.S. poultry exports to South Africa, as it exempts bone-in chicken imports from a prohibitively high anti-dumping duty. Since 2017, imports of U.S. bone-in chicken have performed well as the quota was utilized fully during the years 2017/2018, 2018/2019 and again in 2019/2020. Although the United States is one of the leading poultry exporters to South Africa, it is joined by Brazil and the European Union whom enjoy significant market share as well.

South Africa: United States Poultry Exports to South Africa Continue Steady Increase

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