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The scandal prompted several export markets to temporarily close their doors to Brazil, the world's largest exporter of beef as well as chicken.
The move was denounced by top congressional leaders and drawing rebukes from industry, who said it could undermine the benefits of December's sweeping tax cuts.
Analysts said investors were somewhat placated by Trump's modified approach to tariffs, which exempted Mexico and Canada making them less severe than initially feared.
Brussels has prepared a list of US products to hit with countermeasures if its exports are affected by the tariffs, but says it hopes to join Canada and Mexico in being exempted.
The rollout for this draw was estimated at R18,132,186.60
Over the past two weeks, major South African banks have released solid financial results.
At least 2.3 million taxpayers and traders currently owe just under R150 billion to the revenue service.
The Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa says it wants the Trade and Industry Department to reject the new tariffs.
South African Airways has failed to release its financial statements since last year and has asked for numerous extensions.
The company’s chief executive officer Ian Kirk is taking a 20 percent cut on his 2017 bonus.
The local currency is as sensitive to shifts in global sentiment as it is to local political and economic dynamics.
Experts agree this technology can give consumers greater access to financial services and accelerate economic activity in emerging markets.
At a meeting with US industry officials at the White House, Trump vowed to rebuild American steel and aluminum industries.
Kenya has the fourth highest number of wealthy individuals on the continent and is one of the top destinations for real estate investments by Africa's super rich.
The US President takes aim at Germany, the biggest economy in the EU trade bloc, as a bad actor likely to face tariffs.
Energy Minister Jeff Radebe says the long-delayed projects will create jobs and attract investment.
The German software company says its employees will no longer receive commission on public sector contracts.
The airline lost access to 18 cities in the Middle East because Qatar is accused of funding extremist groups.
SARS said such taxpayers had already paid over R2.7-billion and that it expected another R580-million by the end of March.
The World Union of Small and Medium Enterprises (WUSME) was founded in 2010 with delegates from 53 countries and has since expanded to encompass 100 countries across 5 continents.
Ramaphosa was interacting with ratings agency Moody’s Investors Service for the first time since he was elected ANC president.
The agencies said the amount of food that refugees received was cut by 20 per cent in 2017 below the 2,100 kilocalories per day required to sustain an average person.
European Union president Donald Tusk says 'trade wars are bad and easy to lose', directly rebuffing Trump's claim last week.
Johannesburg ratepayers are already buckling under financial pressure, according to Premier David Makhura. would like to send you push notifications.
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