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08/04/2020 – Stocks expected to lower in 2019/20

Stocks expected to lower in 2019/20

Global cotton ending stocks

The Covid-19 outbreak in China has provided uncertainty to markets as manufacturing and supply chains in Asia have slowed. By  Sibylle Michel

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31/03/2020 – Investment in cotton quality pays off

Investment in cotton quality pays off

Argentina becomes competitive

The last season is the third best performance in terms of production of the last 20 years in Agentina. By  Sibylle Michel

Modusintarsia is already successfully producing chiengora with the help of hundreds of four-legged friends and their owners. © Modusintarsia

30/03/2020 – Sustainability – with a twist

Sustainability – with a twist

Modus Intarsia: Going to the dogs

Rethinking the sourcing of naturally occurring raw materials, Modus Intarsia works with a resource which is plentiful in Europe. By  Iris Schlomski

Jens D. Lukaczik, President of the Bremen Cotton Exchange © Bremer Baumwollbörse

25/03/2020 – Statement on the current situation

Statement on the current situation

President of the Bremen Cotton Exchange Jens D. Lukaczik

Today, Wednesday, 25 March 2020, at 9:45 a.m. CET, the 35th International Cotton Conference Bremen would have opened its doors. But things turned out ... By  Editorial staff

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18/03/2020 – Uncertain cotton balance sheet

Uncertain cotton balance sheet

Effects of the corona virus on China’s textile sector

The novel coronavirus outbreak and its potential ramifications have lowered the consumption in China. By  Sibylle Michel

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17/03/2020 – Cotton arrivals have picked up pace

Cotton arrivals have picked up pace

Cotton exports from India revival

Post estimates marketing year (MY) 2019/20 cotton production at 6.4 MMT with a planting area of 13 mn hectares. By  Sibylle Michel

With stable production, major producing countries such as Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, and Tajikistan have sought to secure greater domestic supplies for inward processing and downstream exports (e.g. cotton yarn, fabric, and garments). © Bremer Baumwollbörse

11/03/2020 – Central Asia

Central Asia

Central Asia: Consumption booms while exports falter

Central Asia cotton consumption is expanding significantly. Share of world exports has dropped per annum since 2015/16. By  Iris Schlomski