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Published on Wednesday, 22 May 2013

“Invisible hand” not enough to stabilise OC market

Written by Brett Mathews

oc picTEXAS – Organic cotton output fell by eight per cent from 2011-2012, a drop largely attributed to the conflict in Syria – the world’s second largest organic cotton producer in this period. New figures in the Textile Exchange’s Farm & Fibre Report also show that almost three quarters (74 per cent) of the world’s organic cotton is now produced in India.


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