Publications of the ICAC on Cotton Econimics and Statistics


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Cotton: World Statistics: World cotton supply/demand statistics since 1920/21 and by country since 1940/41 to date. Includes also production, area, yield, consumption, imports, exports and stocks. Five-year projections. Monthly and seasonal average prices of cotton and polyester; comparison of ICAC forecasts since 2001/02 with actual results.
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World Textile Demand: Comprehensive analyses and projections of world end-use consumption of textile fibers, mill use, production and trade of cotton yarn and fabric and production of chemical yarn for over 100 countries. Provides analysis on events that have an impact on world textile demand and cotton's share of the textile market. World textile fiber end-use demand 5-10-year projections.
Please note that the 2015 and 2016 editions do not include information on cotton yarn production nor on cotton fabric production. ICAC is currently conducting a historical review of the cotton yarn and fabric data and expects to publish a corrected series as soon as the information is available.
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World Cotton Trade: Trade developments in raw cotton since 1980. Analysis of world trade by region. Import/export projections by country. Matrices of trade flows. Seasonal estimates of export commitments to date. 
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Plenary Package includes: Cotton: World Statistics; World Cotton Trade; World Textile Demand and Outlook for Cotton Supply.
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