Pakistan's move won't affect the textile sector

Related Keywords: cotton, Cotton Association of India, export, Imports, India, Pakistan, Textiles, yarn

India
Pakistan's move won't affect the textile sector
Summary: 
Pakistan’s move to stop import of products from India or of Indian origin is not expected to have much impact on the Indian textile industry, said Siddhartha Rajagopal, executive director of the Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council. Pakistan imports mainly yarn and cotton from India. However, in recent years, Indian exporters have slowed down their supply to Pakistan. Between April and June this year, $38 million worth of cotton yarn was

Pakistan’s move to stop import of products from India or of Indian origin is not expected to have much impact on the Indian textile industry, said Siddhartha Rajagopal, executive director of the Cotton Textiles Export Promotion Council.

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Iran hotspot for Indian cotton exporters

Related Keywords: bales, buyer, cotton, Cotton Association of India, exports, India, Iran, trade

India
Iran hotspot for Indian cotton exporters
Summary: 
Cotton exports to Iran reported a phenomenal jump of 1070 per cent to 1.85 million kg during 2018-19. Amid slowing raw cotton exports in recent months, India has seen sharp jump in cotton demand from an unexpected buyer, Iran. After many Western nations imposed trade sanctions on it, Iran’s cotton purchases from India has gone up multiple times

Cotton exports to Iran reported a phenomenal jump of 1070 per cent to 1.85 million kg during 2018-19.

Amid slowing raw cotton exports in recent months, India has seen sharp jump in cotton demand from an unexpected buyer, Iran. After many Western nations imposed trade sanctions on it, Iran’s cotton purchases from India has gone up multiple times in recent months.

Going by the DGFT data, India exported 15,877 kg raw cotton (HS Code 52010015 of staple length 28.5 mm and above but below 34.5 mm) during the year 2017-18.
Phenomenal jump

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Drought in India can affect the cotton harvest

Related Keywords: Agriculture, America, bale, Bolinger, cotton, Cotton Association of India, exports, India, trade

India
Drought in India can affect the cotton harvest
Summary: 
The Cotton Association of India lowered its cotton production forecast for India in the agricultural season 2018/19 by 10.3%. Will the Cotton quotations continue growing? In the last review of the Cotton Association of India, a cotton harvest of 31.2 million kip is predicted for June (approximately 218 kg in a bale). Whereas in its October review it was expected

The Cotton Association of India lowered its cotton production forecast for India in the agricultural season 2018/19 by 10.3%. Will the Cotton quotations continue growing?

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Indian export of cotton textiles to China on the rise

Related Keywords: apparels, China, cotton, Cotton Association of India, export, Imports, India, Textile, Textile production

India
Indian export of cotton textiles to China on the rise
Summary: 
Export of cotton textiles from the country to China rose over 68 per cent to hit $1.55 billion between April and February during the 2018-19 financial year, according to data available with the Cotton Textile

Export of cotton textiles from the country to China rose over 68 per cent to hit $1.55 billion between April and February during the 2018-19 financial year, according to data available with the Cotton Textile Export Promotion Council.

India’s cotton textile exports to major consuming countries got a boost with the recent government move to reimburse all state and central levies on such shipments.

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Indian cotton production estimated fall to 321 lakh bales

Related Keywords: cotton, Cotton Association of India, cotton crop, cotton season, cotton supply, export, farmers, India, production, Slow growth in domestic consumption

India
Indian cotton production estimated fall to 321 lakh bales
Summary: 
Cotton Association of India (CAI) has released its March estimate of the cotton crop for the season 2018-9 beginning from 1st October 2018. The CAI has estimated cotton crop for 2018-19 at 321 lakh bales of 170 kgs each which is lower by 7 lakh

Cotton Association of India (CAI) has released its March estimate of the cotton crop for the season 2018-9 beginning from 1st October 2018. The CAI has estimated cotton crop for 2018-19 at 321 lakh bales of 170 kgs each which is lower by 7 lakh bales than its previous estimate of 328 lakh bales made during last month.

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Indian cotton sees demand from overseas markets on rupee depreciation

Related Keywords: around fourteen lakh bales, buying cotton from India heavily this season, Cotton Association of India, exported to Bangladesh, Good demand for Indian cotton, nine lakh bales to Pakistan, overseas markets this season, Pradeep Jain, president of the Association, thanks to the rupee depreciation

Mumbai
Indian cotton sees demand from overseas markets on rupee depreciation
Summary: 
There is good demand for Indian cotton from overseas markets this season, according to Pradeep Jain, president of the Association. Bangladesh, Pakistan, Vietnam, Indonesia and various other countries are buying cotton from India heavily this season. Around 14 lakh bales have been exported to Bangladesh so far, 9 lakh bales to Pakistan and the remaining to Turkey, Vietnam and Indonesia.

There is good demand for Indian cotton from overseas markets this season, according to Pradeep Jain, president of the Association. Bangladesh, Pakistan, Vietnam, Indonesia and various other countries are buying cotton from India heavily this season. Around 14 lakh bales have been exported to Bangladesh so far, 9 lakh bales to Pakistan and the remaining to Turkey, Vietnam and Indonesia.

http://www.financialexpress.com/industry/good-demand-for-indian-cotton-in-overseas-markets-on-depreciation/1089687/
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India cotton traders cancel export deals after rally in domestic prices

Related Keywords: 000 bales of the fibre, Cancellations of export contracts, cancelled contracts to export, Cotton Association of India, could cut India's exports, each of 170kg, higher local prices, in the 2017/18 marketing year, Indian cotton traders, made overseas sales unattractive, rising rupee, some 400, started on 1 October, to 5 million bales

Mumbai
India cotton traders cancel export deals after rally in domestic prices
Summary: 
The cancellations of export contracts and higher local prices could cut India's exports to 5 million bales, each of 170kg, in the 2017/18 marketing year started on 1 October—nearly a quarter below an initial estimate, said the president of Cotton Association of India, Atul Ganatra.

The cancellations of export contracts and higher local prices could cut India's exports to 5 million bales, each of 170kg, in the 2017/18 marketing year started on 1 October—nearly a quarter below an initial estimate, said the president of Cotton Association of India, Atul Ganatra.

Indian cotton traders have cancelled contracts to export some 400,000 bales of the fibre after a rally in domestic prices and the rising rupee made overseas sales unattractive.

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/KTIu9TE3EWWbFMVqVQAt6O/India-cotton-traders-cancel-export-deals-in-pivot-to-local-m.htmlm
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Big fall in cotton output to see jump in prices by 7pc

Related Keywords: Cotton Association of India, cotton bales, due to pink bollworm attacks in some states, likely to see jump in cotton prices, prices have increased by Rs250-300 per quintal last week, six to seven percent in a week, Trade is speculating a big fall in cotton output

Pune
Big fall in cotton output to see jump in prices by 7pc
Summary: 
As the trade is speculating a big fall in cotton output due to pink bollworm attacks in some states, even though there is little clarity yet on the extent of the damage. Prices have increased by Rs250-300 per quintal last week and it is likely to see jump in cotton prices by 6to7 percent in a week.

As the trade is speculating a big fall in cotton output due to pink bollworm attacks in some states, even though there is little clarity yet on the extent of the damage. Prices have increased by Rs250-300 per quintal last week and it is likely to see jump in cotton prices by 6to7 percent in a week.

Various government and trade bodies have undertaken surveys to reassess the crop. A Maharashtra government official, who did not want to be named, said the fall in yields could be 15-20%.

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/commodities/news/cotton-prices-jump-7-on-fear-of-fall-in-output/articleshow/61828594.cms
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Cotton prices expected to remain above MSP till December

Related Keywords: 375 lakh bales of 170 kg each in 2016-17, Cotton Association of India, current cotton prices are ruling lower, expect prices to remain above MSP till December, higher production, kapas, over previous year, still above the minimum support price, than previous year, trade body estimates cotton production, up by 11 percent

Pune
Cotton prices expected to remain above MSP till December
Summary: 
Cotton Association of India, trade body estimates cotton production of 375 lakh bales of 170 kg each in 2016-17, up by 11 percent over the previous year. Despite higher production, the current cotton prices are ruling lower than previous year but they are still above the minimum support price (MSP) and expect prices to remain above MSP till December.

Cotton Association of India, trade body estimates cotton production of 375 lakh bales of 170 kg each in 2016-17, up by 11 percent over the previous year. Despite higher production, the current cotton prices are ruling lower than previous year but they are still above the minimum support price (MSP) and expect prices to remain above MSP till December.

The current cotton arrivals from kharif crop are at their peak, with mandis across the country getting about 1.60 lakh bales every day.

https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/commodities/news/cotton-prices-to-remain-above-msp-in-short-term/articleshow/61763111.cms
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Govt to enter the market if cotton price touch or falls below MSP

Related Keywords: average quality, CCI, Cotton Association of India, cotton corporation of India, cotton price of the fair, fall below minimum support levels, global cotton production to rise. MSP procurement operations, government agencies, ICAC, India looking at bumper cotton crop, prepared to enter the market, prices touch MSP, ruling above MSP

Mumbai
Govt to enter the market if cotton price touch or falls below MSP
Summary: 
With India looking at a bumper cotton crop, and presently cotton price of the fair and average quality is ruling above MSP, the government agencies are all prepared to enter the market in case prices touch MSP or fall below minimum support levels, said SK Panigrahi, chief general manager, Cotton Corporation of India (CCI).

With India looking at a bumper cotton crop, and presently cotton price of the fair and average quality is ruling above MSP, the government agencies are all prepared to enter the market in case prices touch MSP or fall below minimum support levels, said SK Panigrahi, chief general manager, Cotton Corporation of India (CCI).

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/commodities/news/govt-to-step-in-if-cotton-price-falls-below-msp/articleshow/61000258.cms
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