Cotton export outlook a bright spot

Brandon, Hembree
January 2004
Southeast Farm Press;1/21/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p31
Trade Publication
Presents an outlook on the cotton export industry. Amount of U.S. cotton purchased by China; Predictions of Dunavant analysts on world production of cotton; Outlook on the price of cotton.


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