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Cotton prices to stay firm: CAI chief
By this time cotton sowing is almost over and therefore, in our view the acreage under cotton this year will reach around 110 lakh hectare which will be approximately 10 per cent lower than last year.
ICA delegation visits CAI office
A two-member delegation from International Cotton Association Ltd (ICA), Liverpool consisting of its President, Salman Ispahani and Managing Director, Bill Kingdon visited the Cotton Association of India (CAI) on February 27, 2018 and met the CAI team led by its President, Atul S Ganatra.
CAI estimates cotton crop at 367 lakh bales
The CAI has lowered its estimate of the cotton crop for the ongoing season by 8 lakh bales. The reason for this reduction is severe infestation of the cotton crop by pink bollworm.
India’s cotton crop to remain stagnant
Indian cotton crop for the next season beginning in October will remain at the same level as the current year. Mumbai-based Cotton Association of India (CAI) released the first estimate for the next year’s cotton crop beginning on October 1.
Cotton arrivals slow down
The Cotton Association of India (CAI) has released its December estimate of the cotton crop for the 2015-16 season, which began on 1st October 2015. The CAI has placed its December estimate of the cotton crop for the 2015-16 season at 357.00 lakh bales of 170 kg each.
Cotton output to fall, mill-use to rise
The projection for world production in 2015/16 is 111.3 million bales, which represents an 8 million bale decrease (-6.7%) relative to the 119.3 million bales harvested in 2014/15. The forecast for world mill-use in 2015/16 is 115.3 million bales
The cotton shake-up
Cotton was the first fibre for mankind. Its history is replete with controversies.
Samuel Joseph attempts to delve into some of the recent contentious issues that have blurred the white gold´s image.
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