Reduced cotton stocks lifting prices

Robinson, Elton
March 2010
Southwest Farm Press;3/11/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p14
Trade Publication
The article provides an outlook for cotton which shows that lower cotton production and higher world consumption in 2009-2010 has reduced world cotton stocks and contributed to the A-Index exceeding 80 cents in mid-February 2010.


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