Trends in U.S. Upland Cotton Exports

Scott O. Sanford


U.S. upland cotton exports to selected regions are related to variables hypothesized to influence the level of exports. The most consistently significant influence on the level of exports was found to be price competitiveness. Exchange rates were not as significant-reinforcing the findings of an earlier analysis. Cotton quality, as measured by tenderability, was found to influence exports to some regions.

Reprinted from 1990 Proceedings: Beltwide Cotton Production Research Conferences pp. 451 - 456
©National Cotton Council, Memphis TN

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