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The competitiveness of cotton in the World: countries outside the francophone zone. Volume II. Country studies. Demand, market and price aspects

, : The competitiveness of cotton in the World: countries outside the francophone zone. Volume II. Country studies. Demand, market and price aspects. La competitivite du coton dans le monde: pays hors zone franc Volume II Etudes pays Les aspects demande marches prix: 424 pp.

The results are summarized of comparative studies conducted in South Africa, Argentina, Australia, USA, Mexico, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Paraguay, Syria, Tanzania, Turkey and Zimbabwe as part of an assessment of competitiveness of the cotton sectors of non-francophone countries.

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