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South Africa - Self-sufficiency ratio

86.72 (ratio) in 2012

The self-sufficiency ratio (SSR) is defined as: SSR = production*100/(production + imports – exports). The SSR can be calculated for individual commodities, groups of commodities of similar nutritional values and, after appropriate conversion of the commo.

Date Value Change, %
2012 86.72 -11.29 %
2011 97.75 2.60 %
2010 95.27 -2.57 %
2009 97.78 4.30 %
2008 93.75 25.71 %
2007 74.57 -7.72 %
2006 80.81 -18.79 %
2005 99.51 16.89 %
2004 85.13 -5.67 %
2003 90.25 2.18 %
2002 88.32 -10.56 %
2001 98.75