Cotton Price Projection: Up 20% Next Year

July 2006
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The article reports that the prices of cotton are expected to rise sharply in 2007, increasing by more than 23 percent, as demand increases which production plateaus. The International Cotton Advisory Committee has released a monthly update indicating that prices during the upcoming 2006/2007 season could reach an average of $0.69 a pound.


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