South African Farmers See Pain as U.S. Trade Deal Unravels

Story by Bloomberg Business

Editor's note:  The LSU Ag Leadership will be touring South Africa later this month to get a first-hand look at agriculture there.

South African fruit, wine and nut farmers are bracing for hardship as the U.S. looks set to rescind their duty-free access to the world’s largest market at a time when they’re already facing the worst drought in more than two decades and rising input costs.

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