Trade performance review of the agricultural sector of South Africa – 2020

The Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) has released the 2020 trade performance review, that sheds light on South Africa’s trade performance of agricultural products, relative to the prior year.

Among the take-aways are the facts that SA’s agricultural product exports jumped by 18.1% while imports also grew by 6%, respectively in value terms. The Netherlands was the main export destination for SA agricultural products and Thailand was the main supplier of agricultural products to SA.

The leading product exported were edible fruits and nuts, meanwhile, cereals exports recorded the highest growth rate of 98.3% for the year, coinciding with SA’s second-largest maize production. Imports from Germany declined while exports to Namibia and Botswana also declined.

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