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India’s cotton production likely to decrease in 2020-21
May 2021
The Committee on Cotton Production and Consumption expects the current year’s production to be 36 million bales, lower than last year’s estimate of 365 lakh bales. This dip is owing to the spread and impact of COVID-19.
Sticky situation in cotton worries growers!
September 2019
Demand, trade war and global economic scenario are all playing its part in the weak cotton market.
CCI to enter Punjab to procure cotton after 4 years
September 2019
The Cotton Corporation of India Limited (CCI) has started preparations to enter Punjab after four years to procure cotton.
A cotton textiles success story!
September 2019
Agarwal’s supplier, who manufactures 600,000 square meters of fabric per day is hoped to consume about 500,000 bales of United States’ cotton this year.
Communication importance stressed
September 2019
Timely and effective communication is vital for the industry. As the global cotton sector is under tremendous pressure in terms of demand and price levels...
India shaping to be market for US cotton
June 2019
Trade war and India’s lowered cotton output are enablers for new market opportunities for United States’ cotton in India.
CAI cuts crop estimate by 7 lakh bales
April 2019
The Cotton Association of India (CAI) has released its March estimate of the cotton crop for the season 2018-19 beginning from 1st October 2018.
No cotton/yarn shortage, clarifies Centre
August 2017
In order to ensure availability of cotton for domestic mills, the Indian Government had directed Cotton Corporation of India Ltd to sell its stock of cotton (cotton season 2015-16), purchased under MSP, to spinning mills in the micro small medium enterprise (MSME) category to contain fluctuation in cotton prices.
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