By  on January 4, 2012

NEW DELHI — Cotton farmers, worried about the continued decline in cotton prices and a surplus in production, are seeking protectionist measures from the Indian government.

“The cotton production this season is expected to scale new heights, with significant increase in the acreage under cotton,” thanks to widespread rains across the cotton belt, said Dhiren N. Sheth, president of the Cotton Association of India.

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