By  on July 11, 2008

BANGALORE, India — The Indian government, bowing to pressure from spinning mills and other textile companies, has abolished import duty on raw cotton to increase supplies and bring down domestic prices.

It also scrapped a 1 percent drawback, or rebate, to reduce the incentive for raw cotton exports.

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