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Profiles of South Africa Customs Data (ZACD)

South Africa Customs Data (ZACD) is also called South Africa Import and Export Data, or South Africa Customs Import and Export Data, South Africa Trade Data.

Contents of South Africa Customs Data (ZACD)

There are 23 Columns (fields) in South Africa Customs Data (ZACD): Reporting Country, Trade Flow, HS Code, Month, Partner countries, Value, Quantity, Price, Partner continents, Product Description, Product in Chinese, Unit Value, Unit Quantity, Unit Value in Chinese, Unit Quantity in Chinese, PaymentTerms, Year, Source, Partner countries in Chinese, Partner continents in Chinese, Partner Country Code, Reporting Country Code, Reporting Country in Chinese.

South Africa Customs Data (ZACD) Sample

South Africa Customs Data (ZACD) Sample

Service Process:
  1) Please send the information you ask us to service, including 6-digit HS Code, periods you order,
    and trade type ( import, export, or import & export);
  2) We send sample and quotation via email;
  3) We both sides agree on price and service content; We send invoice;
  4) After received the invoice we sent, you remit according to the payment route in the invoice,
    and send the remittance copy to us via fax or email;
  5) After received remittance copy you sent, we send past data in 1 workdays, and send the last-month data
    at the end of every future month;

Official Name: Republic of South Africa
Population: 48,687,000
Capital City: Pretoria (pop. 1,985,997)
Cape Town (pop. 3,497,097) is the legislative center, and Bloemfontein (pop. 369,568) is the judicial center.
Currency: Rand
Languages: Afrikaans, English, Ndebele, Pedi, Sotho, Swazi, Tsonga, Tswana, Venda, Xhosa and Zulu - all (official)
Religions: Christian (68%), others
Land Area: 1,221,040 sq km (471,443 sq miles)
Land Divisions: 9 provinces including: Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga, North-West, Northern Cape and Western Cape
Map of South Africa

In 1961 South Africa became an independent republic, but to its great discredit, the government continued its official policy of racial segregation. In 1990, after three decades of brutal racial policies and the oppression of civil rights, the South African government began dismantling their discriminative laws and democratic elections were held in 1994.

The country¡¯s first multiracial election in 1994 was won by Nelson Mandela and African National Congress (ANC) party. Mandela retired in 1999 and Thabo Mbeki, the deputy president, won the presidency in a landslide vote.

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