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Cotton price likely to rise
The cotton yarn prices have moved in line with the cotton prices, during the period. Further, China is importing more cotton and less yarn from India given the duty differential between the two.
Cotton, yarn prices sluggish
In line with the cotton prices, the cotton yarn prices have also witnessed sluggishness during the period.
Cotton price to rise 8-10%?
The Cotton Advisory Board (CAB) has revised its cotton output estimate to 370 lakh bales (1bale= 170 kg) from the previous estimate of 377 lakh bales for cotton season 2018 beginning October 1, 2017.
Cotton turns sticky again!
The Southern India Mills’ Association based in Coimbatore has called for calmness among spinners in India in the wake of the downward cotton production estimate. To offset the abnormal rise in price in domestic markets due to speculation, the Southern India Mills’ Association’s (SIMA) Chairman M Senthilkumar has suggested larger mills to opt for imports to normalise price situation in India.
Fears over cotton pile-up in India
The Cotton Association of India fears that India may be piling up huge inventory of cotton just like China, if the Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) does not take measures to offload its stock swiftly. Maintaining the cotton output at the last estimated level of 38.27 million bales (a bale is 170 kg), Dhiren N Sheth, President, CAI, says the Corporation had procured about 8.7 million bales from farmers as part of the Government's minimum support price commitment.
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