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Olam, Plexus Lose Key Executives

Cameron Austin leaves Olam; Jean-Marc Derossis resigns from Plexus.

Brazil Cotton Exports Fall 50% in 2013

China trading fell off more than $500 million compared to 2012.

Cleveland: Cotton Prices Rally to Point of Likely Resistance

Cotton prices moved higher on the week, reaching a six month high as the March contract gave way to the May contract as the spot month. Attempting again to climb above 90 cents, the market – while remaining strong – again sent signals that the 87 to 90 cent level brought on more rationing from

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Partnerships and Policies Open Doors for African Cotton, Textiles

ACTIF is currently at the forefront of championing advocacy issues that result in increased market access in the international and regional markets.

Japanese Cotton Traders: Competition Shifting from Price to Performance

To ensure Japanese cotton traders don't lose additional market share to man made fibers, they need to work more closely with their retail customers to design cotton products that meet the demands of the end consumer.

Indian Cotton Market: Poised to Benefit from Value Addition

India is set to emerge as one of the nations that is shifting from raw cotton toward yarn or fabric exports.

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