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U.S. cotton textile imports increased by 4.9%

according to official U.S. statistics, in 2015, U.S. cotton textile imports were about 18.3 million bales of cotton, a year-on-year increase of 4.9%. In 2016, the import volume of cotton textiles is expected to increase to 18.8 million bales. According to the prediction of NCC, among all cotton products imported from the United States in 2015, we should always pay attention to the problems found in the use of the experimental machine. 27% contain American cotton, a year-on-year decrease of 0.62 percentage points, equivalent to about 5million bales

in 2015, China became the largest source of U.S. cotton textile imports for the 11th consecutive year, with an import volume of about 5.9 million bales of cotton, an increase of 5.4% year-on-year, an increase of 617% over 2001 when China joined the WTO. China's share of American cotton textile imports increased from 10.9% in 2004 to 32.1% in 2015

Pakistan's share in the import of cotton products from the United States fell to 8.5%, India's share increased to 10.1%, Hong Kong's share increased slightly by 0.2%, Bangladesh's share was 7.1%, and the import of cotton products from Vietnam increased by 11% year-on-year, with an increase of 0.4% to 7.5%

in 2015, the import volume of cotton clothing in the United States was equivalent to 13.1 million bales of cotton, with a year-on-year increase of 3.2%, cotton household goods increased by 10.7%, about 3.7 million bales, and the import volume of cotton yarn and cotton increased by 6.5%, about 1.5 million bales. In 2015, the North American Free Trade Area and the Caribbean region remained the main source of imports of cotton products from the United States

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according to the latest statistical data, the total output of Indian cotton in 2015 is expected to be 6.096 million tons, 327000 tons lower than that in 2014. From 2002 to 2007, India's cotton output increased from 2.308 million tons to 5.378 million tons, nearly doubling the growth rate. After 2007, India's cotton production has been maintained at a level of more than 5.879 million tons

India's cotton planting area ranks third in the world. The main cotton producing areas in India are concentrated in rainwater irrigation areas such as Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Orissa in the central region; In the southern region, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu, whose technology is monopolized by two companies from the United States and Japan, account for 30% of India's total cotton output; The output of artificial irrigation areas in the northern region, such as Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan, accounts for 15% of India's total cotton output

with the continuous innovation of cotton planting technology in India, the "golden pace" went solid and rapid from 2002 to 2013, and the unit yield of cotton in India increased from 269 pounds/acre to 515 pounds/acre. At the same time, the expansion of transgenic cotton, the improvement of cotton varieties, the improvement of crop management and favorable weather conditions have promoted the substantial growth of cotton production in India

in recent years, the technology of Indian textile industry has been continuously improved, laying the foundation for the continuous expansion of Indian textile industry. It is understood that the output value of India's textile and clothing industry accounts for 14% of India's total industrial output value and 17% of India's total exports. It is surprising that such high-tech toys can be made, accounting for 4.0% of GDP, and provide more than 35million direct jobs and more than 55million indirect jobs. Agriculture and textile industry have become the largest pillar industries in India. India's cotton consumption is expected to increase to 5.552 million tons in 2016

it can be seen from the global trade trend chart that policies play a crucial role in India's cotton exports. It is expected that India will continue to maintain its position as the largest net exporter of cotton in 2016. The main export destinations are still Southeast Asian countries such as Pakistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam and Indonesia, while China, as the world's largest cotton consumer, has a great impact on India's cotton exports. It is estimated that the export volume of Indian cotton in 2016 is about 1225000 tons

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