China maintains pressure on world cotton markets

Brandon, Hembree
January 2004
Southeast Farm Press;1/21/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p1
Trade Publication
Discusses the role of China in the world cotton markets. Predictions of William Dunavant, a cotton merchant on the U.S. cotton consumption; Target markets of Chinese cotton producers; Expectation on the number of bales of U.S. cotton to be bought by Mexico in 2004.


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