April 'Review' Authors Highlight Cotton Marketing Alternatives from Around the Globe
For Immediate Release
Date Posted: 14 April 2022
Highlights from the April 2022 issue of the ‘Review’ include:
- Articles from six authors, detailing the various options that cotton marketers from different parts of the world have at their disposal
- As always, the opening article offers a summary of the outlook for cotton
- Tables that provide the supply and distribution of cotton from 2016-2022 as well as supply and use by country over the past three seasons
April Review Authors Highlight Cotton Marketing Alternatives from Around the Globe
If the old adage that 'money talks' were true, it would have many different things to say in the cotton industry, depending on where the money was. That's because cotton isn't bought and sold the same way in every country; highlighting those differences is the focus of the April 2022 edition of 'Cotton: Review of the World Situation'.
The authors of the six marketing articles are:
- Dr Marcelo Paytas, Argentina
- Mr Jarral Neeper, USA
- Mr Manish Daga, India
- Mr Oscar Hernandez, Mexico
- Dr Muhammad Ali Talpur, Pakistan
- Ms Parkhi Vats, Africa
The opening article, 'Summary of the Outlook for Cotton', addresses what appears to be encouraging signs that global logistics — which have been a nasty snarl for the whole world since the beginning of the pandemic — are beginning to improve, based on US export data.
As always, this 29-page issue concludes with four major tables: the supply and distribution of cotton from 2016-2022 as well as supply and use of cotton by country for the 2019/20 through 2021/22 seasons.
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