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NCC: Tariffs Would Harm U.S./China Cotton Trade

In a statement issued April 4, the National Cotton Council expressed concern that China’s announcement of significantly higher proposed tariffs on U.S. raw cotton shipped to that country would significantly harm the economic health of the U.S. cotton industry.

 

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