By  on February 11, 2013

National Cotton Council economists told delegates at the group’s annual meeting in Memphis on Saturday that the outlook for cotton this year will be influenced by China’s policy decisions and continued competition from man-made fibers.

Gary Adams, NCC’s vice president of economics and policy analysis, said recent data on fiber market share demonstrates the many challenges from synthetic fibers.

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