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World Cotton Market: Trends in Supply and UseThe Multilateral Trading System: a U.S.-Africa Dialogue on Cotton July 20, 2009
World Cotton Million tons Updated as of April 17, 2009
WORLD COTTON YIELDS Kilograms per Hectare 780 580
World Cotton Million tons Production Mill Use 2 1 3Updated as of April 17, 2009
Production Million tons Updated as of April 17
Three Crises Affecting the World Cotton MarketGlobal Commodity Price Crisis Cotton Futures Market Crisis Global Financial and Economic Crisis
Crude Oil Prices Fertilizer PricesAugust 2006 = 100 Fertilizer Prices August 2006 = 100 7
Commodity Prices Price index: August 2006 = 100 Rice Soybean CornWheat Sugar Cotton 8
Commodity Futures Prices and A IndexUS cents/lb 9
World Cotton Mill Use Growth in World GDPIMF projections, July 2009
Major Challenges Financial Stress Sustainability Demand EnhancementDistortions
Average Cotton Revenue2008 $ per Hectare Updated as of April 17, 2009
Season-Average Cotlook A IndexUS cents/lb 73 61 56 As of July 15, 2009
PESTICIDE USE ON COTTONPercent of World Pesticide Sales
Cotton’s Share of World Textile Fiber Use
DIRECT ASSISTANCE TO PRODUCTION: WORLDBillion $
DIRECT GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE TO COTTON$/Lb.
DIRECT GOVERNMENT ASSISTANCE TO COTTON$ Billions
World Cotton Million tons Production Mill UseUpdated as of April 17, 2009
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