TIPS Imports localisation and supply chain disruption study - Second Quarter 2021

The Import Localisation and Supply Chain Disruption study is a quarterly report that seeks to identify goods from the list of imports identified in the Import Tracker report that South Africa could possibly viably manufacture. Each quarter focuses on five manufactured items from the list of imports in the corresponding quarter's Import Tracker report. The five products in this report are: 

Product 1: Processing units for automatic data-processing machines, whether or not containing in the same housing one or two of the following types of unit: storage units, input units, output units (excluding those of heading 8471.41 or 8471.49 and excluding peripheral units)
Product 2: Semi-finished products of stainless steel, of rectangular "other than square" cross-section
Product 3: Copper, refined, in the form of cathodes and sections of cathodes
Product 4: Beer made from malt: Other
Product 5: Mixtures of odoriferous substances and mixtures, including alcoholic solutions: Other

See: Import Tracker - Second Quarter 2021