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Trade Law Chambers is rated as the leading international trade law firm in South Africa. We specialise in international trade, corporate, commercial and investment law as well as dispute resolution related to these fields.  Through our association with Geldenhuys Joubert Attorneys we deliver unparalleled legal advice on international and domestic legal issues.

Our professionals at Trade Law Chambers are admitted  South African attorneys with Geldenhuys Joubert Attorneys as well as non-practising solicitors of England and Wales. Trade Law Chambers provides the medium through which our attorneys provide legal advice to our clients in the international market whilst our attorneys provide domestic legal advice through Geldenhuys Joubert Attorneys.

Our clients include local, foreign and multinational businesses, non-governmental stakeholders, business associations as well as domestic and foreign government departments and agencies and regional organisations. We have years of experience in the agricultural, financial services, energy, food, beverage, tobacco, manufacturing, mining, private equity, technology and services industries. 

Our lawyers' extensive experience in their specialisations will ensure that we provide you with the best support for your business endeavours. Our experience within Africa is unmatched.

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ITAC initiates safeguard investigation on fasteners

08 Mar 2019
On 1 March 2019 ITAC (the International Trade Administration of South Africa) initiated a safeguard investigation on imports of threaded fasteners of iron on steel: bolt ends and screw studs, screw studding and other hexagon nuts (excluding those of…

Application for increase in customs duties on mixtures of frozen vegetables

07 Mar 2019
The International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC) initiated an investigation into the increase of the rate of customs duty on imports of mixtures of frozen vegetables. The proposed increase is from the current 10% to 37%.

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Brexit uncertainty remains for South Africa

19 Mar 2019
On Monday Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies confirmed that the Trade Continuity Agreement between the UK and the Southern African Customs Union (Botswana, Lesotho Namibia, Swaziland and South Africa) and Mozambique has not yet been finalized.

The importance of rules of origin

13 Feb 2019
Rules of origin are the criteria used to determine where a product originates from, in other words where the product was made.
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