This week’s Cotton Newsline is 3 cuts. All cuts are Larry McClendon, Chairman of the National Cotton Council and a ginner from Marianna, Arkansas.
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WTO negotiations may overshadow the U.S. cotton industry’s two-year effort on delivering sound policy in new farm legislation. National Cotton Council Chairman Larry McClendon warns the latest WTO negotiating text seems to fall far short of the standard that the U.S. established in 2005 and 2007.
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McClendon says ultimately market access for the U.S. cotton industry is China.
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McClendon believes it is in the best interest of the cotton industry to get the agreement right.