No substitute for information at Cotton Incorporated

Smith, Ron
March 2011
Southwest Farm Press;3/10/2011, Vol. 38 Issue 8, p1
Trade Publication
The article cites the topics discussed by Kim Kitchings, senior director of corporate strategy and program metrics for Cotton Inc., during the multi-region tour at the company's headquarters and research facility in Cary, North Carolina. Topics include the price of cotton, the impact of cotton on the environment and what women want in fashion. The analysis of Kitchings and her team on cotton supply and demand worldwide, trade issues and decisions on exports and imports is also presented.


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