Sifiso Ntombela | Poultry effort: Why tariffs aren't enough to stop chicken dumping

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Dr Sifiso Ntombela. (supplied)
Dr Sifiso Ntombela. (supplied)

A tariff is one of the trade instruments designed to level the playing field in trade. But local poultry producers may need a little more help, says Sifiso Ntombela. 

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