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Australia demands China rule out ‘discriminatory’ trade curbs on cotton exports – The Guardian

China’s National Development Reform Commission is reportedly discouraging spinning mills from using Australian cotton

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The Morrison government has demanded that China rule out taking discriminatory actions against Australian cotton producers as the industry raised fears of becoming the next target in widening trade tensions.
With China the largest export market for Australia cotton, and with the trade worth about $800m annually, the government warned that curbs on producers ability to compete on a level playing field could constitute a potential breach of Chinas international undertakings.
Labor raised concern…

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