Thread’s dead

29 November 2013 By John Foley

The government has tentatively begun to sell cotton reserves it bought from farmers, valued at an estimated $32 billion. If a recent promise to give markets a “decisive” role were sincere, China’s domestic cotton industry would be hobbled. Theory and practice are still far apart.

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