From importer to exporter

Murarka, Vipul
April 2012
BioSpectrum;Apr2012, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p22
The article reports on the growth of cotton production in India. It shows that the country accounts for about 32% of the global cotton cultivation area, which contributed to a wide impact on the livelihood of the farmers and on the economy of the country. It indicates that the growth in production has transform the country from being an importer of cotton to a net exporter, showing that exports have seen a rise in 2001-2002.


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