Since state cotton reserve system supported Chinese cotton prices at high levels while international cotton prices stayed low, plenty of low-priced yarns from India, Pakistan etc. have flew into China. Imported yarns have been welcomed by more importers in China, including traders, agents, weavers and knitters. In Feb and Mar 2012, China imported over 120kt cotton yarns, hitting historic high. In Jan-Apr 2012, Chinas cotton yarn imports grew up 40.35% year-on-year, up 58.43% from Pakistan and 138.48% from India.

More focuses are on the hot imported yarn market. For yarn producers, traders and consumers, in face of both chances and challenges, how should they seize the moment to improve or reduce stocks? For foreign yarn suppliers and agents, how should they integrate resources and guarantee after-sale service to promote further cooperation and development of Chinas imported yarn market?, and will host 2012 Imported Yarn Forum on Jul 6, 2012 in Xiaoshan, Hangzhou. Leaders from the industry, both domestic and foreign experts as well as successful enterprises will have deep-in analysis on current hot spots. We are looking forward to meeting you in Hangzhou!

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