Cotton industry challenges continue

Smith, Ron
June 2005
Southeast Farm Press;6/15/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 16, p3
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of Neal Gillen, executive vice president and general counsel, American Cotton Shippers Association on issues related to the cotton industry in the U.S. Gillen, speaking to the recent annual meeting of the Texas Cotton Association in Austin, said that the adverse ruling from the World Trade Organization, allowing most of Brazil's claims against the U.S. cotton program, would eliminate the Step 2 payment. These are challenging times for the U.S. cotton industry, Gillen said.


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