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Bilateral trade sheet South Africa
This sheet gives an overview of the bilateral trade relations between South Africa and Belgium.

Bilateral trade note South Africa (February 2023)
In addition to general information about, for example, GDP, inflation, the number of inhabitants, global imports and exports, the unemployment rate, etc., this bilateral trade note also contains an analysis of bilateral trade with South Africa, as well as an overview of the main import and export sections.


  • Bilateral trade sheet South Africa

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  • Bilateral trade note South Africa (February 2023)

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Economic study South Africa (September 2013)

South Africa has natural resources in abundance. They form the basis of its economy, as evidenced by its modern farms and intensive mining activity. The country also has a wide range of services, especially in the financial sector.

The current government has made the continuous improvement of the transport, energy and communication infrastructure one of its spearheads. In this way, it wants to meet the growing need for modernisation and make full use of the country's pre-eminent position on the international trade scene.

The Belgian economic mission to South Africa from 20 to 27 October 2013, the first to be presided by HRH Princess Astrid, will focus on three very dynamic areas, namely diamonds, infrastructure and renewable energy.

This study was realised on the occasion of the Belgian economic mission to Angola and South Africa in October 2013.

Document only available in French and Dutch.

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