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China turns cotton deficit
September 2019
China needs to triple its cotton imports. With government stocks depleting, China needs to import more to sustain its mills’ consumption.
China’s cotton import dips 29%
January 2016
Chinese cotton imports in December were down 29 per cent year on year at 188,200 tonnes in December, as demand from the world's largest cotton consumer remains muted.
Chinese cotton imports hit all-time low
December 2015
Chinese cotton imports reached an all-time low in September, as large domestic inventories reduced reliance on foreign supplies, at a time when economic slowdown is weighing on demand. China imported just 50,900 tonnes of cotton in September, a decline of 59 per cent YoY. This is the lowest monthly import since records began in 2005, and the second month of record low imports in a row.
Chinese cotton imports hit all-time low
December 2015
Chinese cotton imports reached an all-time low in September, as large domestic inventories reduced reliance on foreign supplies, at a time when economic slowdown is weighing on demand. China imported just 50,900 tonnes of cotton in September, a decline of 59 per cent YoY.
Stable world cotton trade expected in 2015-16
December 2015

World cotton imports are projected to remain unchanged at 7.6 mn t in 2015-16. While China is likely to remain the world’s largest importer in 2015-16, its imports are forecast to fall by 12 per cent to 1.6 mn t. This represents 30 per cent of its peak volume of imports in 2011-12.

Well ahead in race
June 2014
Some of the very latest news reports about China are food for thought for the Cassandras, who have predicted erosion in the textile world of this country. According to the China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Textile and Apparel
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