By  on July 25, 2014

NEW YORK, (Reuters) — Uncertainty over a policy shift to crop subsidies in China, the world's top producer and consumer of cotton, could spark a burst of demand for imported cotton between September and December, an industry veteran said on Friday.

There is "complete confusion" over new farmer subsidies in China, Ed Jernigan, president and chief executive officer of Jernigan Global Commodities, said during the Ag Market network's annual radio program from New York.

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