ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Case for More Cotton Export

Case for More Cotton Export THE 1985-86 cotton season ended with August and even September is now drawing to a close. But New Delhi has still to spell out the outlines of the strategy it proposes to pursue during the current season to tackle the various issues arising from the serious supply-demand imbalance which is amply reflected in the continuing wide gap between the official support prices and the ruling market prices and the embarrassingly large carryover stock at the end of August. Market prices generally ruled Rs 600 to Rs 1,400 a candy below the support prices

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