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CCI launches Indian cotton brand “HIRA” – SIMA hails
February 2020
India became the largest producer of cotton in the year 2014-15 and continues to be the leader in cotton production in the world by accounting 37 per cent area under cotton.
CAI global meet digs deep into all issues of cotton
April 2019
The present status and future prospects of cotton, the king of fibres, were put under microscope, dissected and analysed at a global meet on cotton,etc.
Cotton acreage to fall, yield to rise
October 2015
The Cotton Association of India (CAI) has released its first estimates of the crop for the 2015-16 season beginning on October 1 at 380 lakh bales of 170 kg each. This is almost similar to the output of 382 lakh bales achieved in the 2014-15 season.
SIMA demands level-playing field for crisis-hit textile industry
September 2015
The predominantly cotton-based textile industry has become highly competent in terms of operational efficiency with the state-of-the-art technology, skilled manpower, high productivity, high quality, etc.
Fall in Chinese import a big blow to Indian mills
September 2015
Cotton spinning mills in northern India are planning to shut down one day a week. According to Chandigarh-based Northern India Textile Mills´ Association (NITMA)
Cotton king under siege?
August 2015
Cotton imports by China in June have fallen by 26 per cent already. The see-sawing of prices in major countries including India is causing a lot of anxieties. Chinese prices are under pressure from significant left-over commercial stocks as well as sales of state reserve cotton, kicked off recently.
Call to speed up cotton sales
March 2015
The Cotton Association of India (CAI) has placed the cotton crop for the season 2014-15 beginning on 1st October 2014 at 396.00 lakh bales of 170 kg each. The projected Balance Sheet drawn by the CAI for the year 2014-15 estimates total cotton supply at 465.90 lakh bales while domestic consumption is estimated at 310 lakh bales thus leaving an available surplus of 155.90 lakh bales.
Cotton price decline continues
February 2015
Cotton prices continue to decline in various parts of India, while the farmers are unhappy with the price ranging from Rs. 2,800 to Rs.3,200 per quintal. In 2013-14, the cotton fetched good price at Rs.5,500 to Rs.6,000 per quintal. Many farmers feel that unprecedented loss is incurred by them since the cotton cultivation cost has gone up.
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