Whole textile industry is always a mirror image of the global economy...
With fibre2Fashion Correspondent Cindrella Thawani, Fritz Grobien opines that global cotton production is heterogeneous as well as great challenge to farmers. In addition, he tells about China’s stock policy and its impact on world cotton market. Synopsis: The Bremen Cotton Exchange is an international association with members ranging from the cotton source to well into the supply chain. Our position as arbitrator obliges us to remain neutral. We provide our members with information, data and knowledge. Fritz Grobien became President of the Bremen Cotton Exchange in 1991. From 1992 to 1994 he held the position of Chairman at CICCA (Committee for International Co-operation between Cotton Associations). He became the Vice-President of the newly established German/Uzbekistan Association, Bremen in 2000. Since 1998 he is member of the Board of The Liverpool Cotton Association Ltd. Excerpts:
Inflated price rise destructing demand of cotton, thus mainting reserves can be a solution? What is your outlook?
Cotton being a sustainable fibre from the primitive age is no more sustainable. What are your guidelines for this?
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