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CCA opposes Western restrictions on procurement of Xinjiang cotton, China
The China Cotton Association (CCA) recently opposed any restrictions on China’s Xinjiang textile and clothing supply chain and related products by Western countries, led by the United States, and
Australian cotton industry upset with China’s export shift, Australia
Cotton Australia and Australian Cotton Shippers Association, have announced that Australian cotton industry is working to understand apparent changes for cotton export conditions to China. It has
Australia's Target, Cotton On stop buying PRC cotton, Australia
Australia’s retailers Cotton On and Target Australia have completely stopped buying cotton from China's Xinjiang province where persecuted Muslims are reportedly forced to work in textile factories.
China's cotton imports rise 16.8% in 2020, China
Total cotton imports by China increased by 16.8 per cent year-on-year to 2.16 million tonnes in 2020, according to the country's General Administration of Customs. Cotton imports declined during the
China's cotton imports set to soar in Jan-Aug '21: TexPro, China
The value of cotton imported by China is set to soar to monthly average of $601.05 million during January-August 2021, compared to monthly average of $297.27 in 2019 and $296.87 million in 2020. This
BCI to cease all field-level activities in China's XUAR, Switzerland
Sustained allegations of forced labour and other human rights abuses in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) of China have contributed to an increasingly untenable operating environment, and
US cotton exports rise on China demand: USDA report, United States Of America
Despite US cotton production falling 5 million bales from the previous year, the country's exports are forecast at 15.25 million bales for the ongoing marketing season 2020-21 that began in August. In
Xinjiang's role in China's cotton textile trade in 2019-20, United States Of America
Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) in China accounts for 86 per cent of all cotton produced in China. The province also spins around 70 per cent of all cotton spun into yarn in China, and hence
Australian cotton farmers hit by spat with PRC discover new markets, Australia
Australian cotton farmers who suffered due to the China-Australia trade spat are being hopeful with new customers in sight. Australia's cotton industry has diversified since China stopped buying.
US cotton product imports set to decline in 2021: TexPro, United States Of America
The Joe Biden administration has announced an import ban on the cotton products from China’s Xinjiang region. These measures were taken in response to allegations of forced labour and ill-treatment of
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