India News

21.97 lakh Bales of Cotton exported from India to China out of the total exports of 54.83 lakh Bales,

Advertisement
Ministry of Textiles

21.97 lakh Bales of Cotton exported from India to China out of the total exports of 54.83 lakh Bales,


275 million kg of Cotton Yarn also exported to China out of the total exports of 980 million kg.

Posted On:
29 JUL 2021 5:11PM by PIB Delhi

The export of cotton and yarn from India to China has not stopped due to COVID-19 pandemic. During current cotton season 2020-21 (October 2020 to September 2021) as on April 2021, 21.97 lakh bales of cotton were exported from India to China out of the total exports of 54.83 lakh bales. China was the second largest importer of cotton from India after Bangladesh. Regarding export of yarn, during the year 2020-21 from Apr, 2020 to Mar, 2021, 275 million kg of cotton yarn were exported from India to China out of the total exports of 980 million kg. China was the largest importer of yarn from India. The country-wise data on export of cotton and cotton yarn of 2020-21 is annexed.

Annexure

Country-wise data on Export of Cotton for the cotton season

 2020-21 from Oct, 2020 to Apr, 2021 is given below

Export of Cotton (in lakh bales)

Country

OCT 2020-APR 2021

BANGLADESH PR

22.09

CHINA P RP

21.97

VIETNAM SOC REP

6.40

INDONESIA

2.70

THAILAND

0.39

OMAN

0.31

TURKEY

0.27

ITALY

0.14

MAURITIUS

0.12

Others

0.44

Grand Total

54.83

 

Country-wise data on Export of Cotton Yarn for the

year 2020-21 from Apr, 2020 to Mar, 2021 is given below:

 

Export of Cotton Yarn (in million kgs)

Country

APR 2020-MAR 2021

CHINA P RP

275.00

BANGLADESH PR

225.19

VIETNAM SOC REP

55.62

PERU

53.49

PORTUGAL

44.44

EGYPT A RP

42.74

KOREA RP

32.31

COLOMBIA

23.17

TURKEY

21.03

Others

207.01

Grand Total

980.00

 

This information was given in a written reply by the Minister of State for Textiles Smt. Darshana Jardoshin Rajya Sabha today.

*****

DJN/TFK

(Release ID: 1740344)
Visitor Counter : 121

Source link

Show More
Advertisement

Related Articles

Back to top button