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South African trade minister sees Trump ‘Rebalancing’ Global Trade

By Bloomberg
15 August 2018   |   7:23 am
South Africa Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies discusses President Donald Trump's impact on the global economy, trade tariffs, the rand, and Chinese investment in the nation.

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