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Cotton to end with 6-bn bale dip
March 2017
According to the USDA first 2017/18 cotton projections at the Agricultural Outlook Forum, it was disclosed that there will be a 6-million-bale decline in global ending stocks.
ICAC Executive Director resigns
February 2017
The International Cotton Advisory Committee has accepted the resignation of its Executive Director, José Sette, who is leaving to pursue other professional challenges.
Cotton production receives boost
February 2017
India's cotton yield has received a boost as 6.6 lakh bales (each weighing 140 kg) of cotton have been procured so far surpassing last year’s production figures of 6.5 lakh bales.
Small rise in Indian cotton intake likely
February 2017
India is estimated to consume 29.5 million bales of cotton (170 kg each), this season ending this September. Within one month of its recent estimate, Mumbai-based Cotton Association of India (CAI) has revised the estimate of India’s cotton consumption and import numbers.
More Bouquets than brickbats for Budget!
February 2017
By and large, textile industry has welcomed the Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s Budget, hailing it as “growth-oriented.”
Good start for global cotton industry
January 2017
Higher production world over and increasing demand is the state of the cotton industry. On the day of inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, cotton industry people gathered in Lubbock, USA for the Plains Cotton Growers’ cotton meeting. The year 2016 has been phenomenal for cotton production in the High Plains of Texas and the production in this region is expected to be about 5.05 million bales.
ICA, academic body join forces for new course
January 2017
One of the world’s leading academic institutions, the University of Liverpool, has joined forces with the International Cotton Association (ICA), to develop a new online course, which will lead to a professional certificate for the commodity world.
Cotton prices may fall
January 2017
The International Cotton Advisotry Committee (ICAC) Secretariat forecasts that the season-average Cotlook A Index in 2016/17 will range between 66 and 83 cts/lb, with a midpoint of 74 cts/lb, which would be 4 cts/lb higher than last season.
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