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Financial Feasibility of a Gin Process Control System: A Preliminary Assessment
(National Cotton Council of America, 1994)
An analysis was conducted to determine the financial viability of a Gin Process Control (GPC) system developed by the U.S. Department of Agriculture at Stoneville, Mississippi. cost, energy, and performance estimates were ...
The Influence of Market Sturcture on the Implications of Domestic Subsidies on International Cotton Markets
This analysis uses a residual demand elasticity model to measure market power of the international cotton market. The results indicate that both china and U.S. dominate the cotton price with a higher market power in china ...
Inside China's Fiber Industry: Why the Capacity Overhang?
From 2001-2008, China’s polyester output expanded at an annual rate of 18.8% buoyed by its thriving textile and apparel sector. Over the same period, China’s consumption for textile raw materials, specifically polyester ...
Income Distributional Impacts of Trade Policies in a Multi-Market Framework: A Case in Pakistan
(Southern Agricultural Economics Association, 2000-04)
The impacts of using export taxes as a price control in a multi-market framework are explored using the cotton and yarn sectors in Pakistan as examples. Results show that the export tax on cotton increased domestic consumption ...
Producer Prices in Cotton Markets: Evaluation of Reported Price Information Accuracy
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1996)
This study evaluates the accuracy of the US Department of Agriculture- Daily Spot Cotton Quotation; (DSCQ) in reporting producer prices in the Texas-Oklahoma cotton production region;. Analysis of price levels and movements ...
Expiring Temporary Safegurads on Apparel trade: Implications for U.S Cotton
The 1995 Agreement on Textiles and Clothing (ATC) provided for the calculated liberalization of the textiles and apparel sectors over a 10-year period except for some safeguard measures ending on December 31, 2008. These ...
International Market Structure and the Impacts of Market Distortions from Domestic Subsides: The U.S Cotton Case
This analysis uses a residual demand elasticity model to measure market power of the international cotton market. The results indicate that China dominates the cotton price with a significant market power in China compared ...
The WTO Cotton Case and US Domestic Policy
(American Agricultural Economics Association, 2005)
Texas-Oklahoma Producer Cotton Market Summary: 1995/1996
The Texas-Oklahoma producer cotton market exhibited different patterns in 1995/96 from previous years. The average producer price and the price for base quality cotton were both higher than previously observed. Quality attributes ...