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Part IV: Dr. O.A. Cleveland, Ph. D. Agricultural Economist. Professor Emeritus, Mississippi State University, discusses why cotton prices will remain high through 2013 and perhaps for the next 5 years.

Part II: David Collins, Assistant Executive Director – Cotton Council International, addresses supply and demand, booming economies in growing markets and net domestic consumption increasing in China and India.

Part III: Bob Antoshak, Managing Director, Global Cotton – Marketing and Consulting, Olah Inc, provides analysis on fiber supplies, the impact of yarn imports into China and emerging manufacturing markets like Thailand and alternative synthetic fiber options.

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