Ample downside risk for cash cotton

Otte, John
January 2011
Mid-South Farmer;Jan2011, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p41
The article presents a forecast on what will be the condition of the prices of cotton crops in line with the crop shortfalls in China and India, the implementation of export controls, and slower world economic recovery.


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