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Cape Town – South Africa faces one more hurdle over US meat imports before it can make a toast to remaining a part of the US African Growth Opportunity Act (Agoa).

That is according to US Ambassador Michael Froman, who released a statement on new market access for US poultry, beef, and pork exports to South Africa.

READ: Deal cracked to keep SA in Agoa - dti Minister Rob Davies

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