Pima harvest kick-starts American ELS market

November 2011
Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight;11/7/2011, p11
The article reports that the first U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Pima cotton price quotes in eight months have been established at a current price of about 1.88 dollars cents per pound for 2-2-46 American Pima. The current registered export sales for the 2011/2012 crop year are now 377,000 bales total. The top five leading importers for the 2011/2012 crop year are led by China with purchases of 114,600 bales.


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