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Australia’s US$750 million cotton trade with China targeted, with mills ‘discouraged’ from purchases

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]One of Australia’s most China-dependent exports, cotton, has become the latest product to be targeted, Australian industry groups said on Friday, joining a growing list that already includes coal, barley, wine and beef.Cotton Australia and the Australian Cotton Shippers Association confirmed reports that China’s National Development Reform Commission (NDRC) has been “discouraging” Chinese spinning mills from using Australian cotton.There has been no official confirmation from the Chinese…

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One of Australia’s most China-dependent exports, cotton, has become the latest product to be targeted, Australian industry groups said on Friday, joining a growing list that already includes coal, barley, wine and beef.Cotton Australia and the Australian Cotton Shippers Association confirmed reports that China’s National Development Reform Commission (NDRC) has been “discouraging” Chinese spinning mills from using Australian cotton.There has been no official confirmation from the Chinese…

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