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Pakistan puts cotton imports from India on hold as tensions mount

Reuters India Wednesday, 30 November 2016
KARACHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - Pakistan has suspended cotton imports from its top supplier, India, saying shipments failed to fulfil phyto-sanitary certification, threatening the $822 million-a-year trade, government and industry officials told Reuters.
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