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More U.S. cotton is exported than milled domestically

More U.S. cotton is exported than milled domestically
The elimination of textile and apparel import quotas that existed under the international Multifiber Arrangement was completed at the start of 2005, leading to increased U.S. imports of those products and contributing to reduced U.S. milling of cotton. Exports now account for more than 75 percent of overall use of U.S. cotton, compared with less than 40 percent in the 1990s. China is the largest destination of U.S. cotton exports.

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