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SA poultry industry shows signs of improvement

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Cape Town – Market conditions for South Africa’s poultry industry are improving and as far as government knows there have no further layoffs and factory closures.

This was according to Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies who responded to a question from the ANC’s Sharome van Schalkwyk in the National Assembly on Wednesday.

Davies also contributed the improved conditions to the prevalence of bird flu in some European Union (EU) countries reducing the number of imported poultry products.

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