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U.S. cotton export shares of major cotton importing countries have changed dramatically in the last two decades, with most of the increases coming from China, Turkey and Vietnam, and the largest decreases occurring in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.

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Economics and Marketing
Export Demand Elasticity Estimation for U.S. Cotton
Bing Liu and Darren Hudson
Pages: 292-304

U.S. cotton export shares of major cotton importing countries have changed dramatically in the last two decades, with most of the increases coming from China, Turkey and Vietnam, and the largest decreases occurring in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan.

 Issue Editors
Agronomy and Soils
Cotton Growth and Yield Response to Short-Term Tillage Systems and Planting Date in North Carolina
Todd A. Spivey, Keith L. Edmisten, Randy Wells, David Jordan, Joshua L. Heitman, and Gail G. Wilkerson
Pages: 270-283

Breeding and Genetics
Analysis of Testing Locations in Regional High-Quality Tests for Cotton Fiber Quality Traits
Linghe Zeng, Deborah L. Boykin, Jinfa Zhang, Efrem Bechere, Jane K. Dever, B. Todd Campbell, Tyson B. Raper, Calvin Meeks, Wayne Smith, Gerald O. Myers, and Fred M. Bourland
Pages: 284-291

Editorial Notes
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE JOURNAL OF COTTON SCIENCE
Gerald O. Myers
Pages: 305-305