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China deal and cotton
United States-China trade deal (Phase-1) recently raises hopes for the cotton sector. On the day when the United States-China trade deal (Phase 1) was signed in Washington, DC, cotton growers gathered for the Plains Cotton Growers’ Board meeting, to talk about 2019 crop, trade situation and the cotton market.
Resource outsourcing: A vital tool for industrial success
Cost cutting pressures, competition from low cost countries and constantly emerging incremental technologies have become industrial norms these days. How can industries such as textiles and manufacturing survive in these competitive climates? It is a luxury to utilise resources and talents belonging to others by creating win-win situations.
Mills scramble for contamination-free cotton
Consistencies in quality and contamination free cotton are much sought after by global cotton mills. Free of plastic contamination, objective quality evaluation and consistency are the characteristics, which provide premium for cotton according to global experts who are touring the United States of America as part of Cotton Council International sponsored programme.
Big bang to biodegradable textiles
Tracing how the Universe evolved out of “Big Bang,” some 13.7 billion years ago, 231, 3rd grade students of Bengaluru-based Vidyashilp Academy, have sent a strong message to save the environment.
US-China row impacting cotton market
Excess supply and prolonging trade war with China is affecting the cotton market. Productive, albeit stressful conversations, occurred at the Lubbock-based Plains Cotton Grower (PCG), Inc, about the current trade situation with China, which is impacting the production agriculture in the United States.
A COTTON OF CRISIS
All is not well on the cotton front! Fall in production and acreage, and wild fluctuations in the prices beginning late last year have dampened the spirit of the industry. On the farm front, ravages of bollworm have added to the woes of the suppliers.