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On June 12th, 2018, the Chinese government announced it would be opening up an extra 800,000 tonnes of allotable cotton import quotas for the latter half of 2018.
This goes against previous years' strict quotas of 894,000 tonnes: the WTO-required 33% of total domestic production. This was in order to reduce huge state stockpiles and increase the health of the cotton industry in China.
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