Cotton Prices Predicted To Plummet

Hosgett, Don
January 2005
Home Textiles Today;1/31/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 21, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the forecasts made for cotton production in Washington. Expectation for a high record of consumption and production of cotton; Percentage of increase based on the International Cotton Advisory Council; Balance between supply and demand which influenced by prices imposed to cotton.


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