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Change in commodity futures prices in 2018: Cocoa (+28%); Wheat (+17.9%); Maize (+6.9%); Natural gas (-0.4%); Gold (-2.1%); Soyabeans (-2.1%); Cotton (-8.2%); Rough rice (-13.6%); Platinum (-14.8%); Arabica coffee (-19.3%); Brent crude oil (-19.6%); Copper (-20.3%); Sugar (-20.3%);     LafargeHolcim is expanding cement production capacity in Cameroon to 2.1million tonnes from 1.6 million tonnes to compete more aggressively with Dangote which plans to boost capacity to 3 million tonnes within 3 years

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Friday, February 15, 2019

Grains

Can South Africa export food inflation to West African markets?

South Africa may export food inflation to West African markets if traditional importers are not nimble enough to look for alternative sources and solutions in a global market awash with opportunity. A spike in South Africa’s food inflation South Africa’s agriculture is being pummelled by a debilitating drought with temperatures expected to remain above normal