Wang Jianjun, chairman of Shandong Bingzhou Nongxi Cotton Professional Cooperative, thinks cotton output could be increased by as much as 80 per cent. Photo: Simon Song

Trade war with US to plant seeds of change in China’s cotton industry – one way or another

With both China and the US slapping tariffs on imported products, people operating businesses in the two nations are bracing for impact. In the first of a series of articles exploring how the trade war affects various sectors in China, The South China Morning Post looks at how those involved in textile production are caught up in a waiting game

Topic |   US-China trade war

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Wang Jianjun, chairman of Shandong Bingzhou Nongxi Cotton Professional Cooperative, thinks cotton output could be increased by as much as 80 per cent. Photo: Simon Song
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