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Published on Sep 14, 2012
The crisis in the Eurozone is hastening a long-term shift in the global economy, meaning that Africa's trade will increasingly be refocused towards the emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China, as well as towards other African countries, according to South African trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies. Of course these shifts have been a long time coming and Davies is on record that Africa's largest economy is eager to diversify trade with emerging markets to take advantage of these developments. He now joins ABN's Karima Brown from our Cape Town studios to talk more about South Africa's Trade Policy trajectory.