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India lifted restrictions on the sale of cotton overseas in a move that could help keep prices...

India lifted restrictions on the sale of cotton overseas in a move that could help keep prices lower in tandem with lackluster global demand. Working on the bullish side for the price of cotton are crop production issues in the U.S. and a potential unleashing of demand at the right price entry points, says one analyst.
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  • spald_fr
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    The Peoples Republic of China is going to buy every excess kilogram of cotton out there.
    1 Aug 2011, 03:33 PM Reply Like
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