Some articles on raw cotton, cotton, raw:
... has gone from importing, at its peak in 1999, 6.7% of Mali's total raw cotton exports (US$14m ... Canada's global imports of raw cotton have also fallen by over 90%, from US$76m ... Mali was the seventh-largest cotton-exporting nation in 1999, and it has fallen from seventh to tenth position from 2003 to 2007 ...
... In 1860, there were 2650 cotton mills in the Lancashire region, employing 000 ... people ... The industry imported 752 ... lb of raw cotton a year ... It exported 427 ... yards of cotton cloth and 197,343,655 pounds (89,513,576 kg) of twist and yarn ...
... flow of imported yarn and finished cloth made it essential to secure supplies of raw cotton and markets for the spun thread ... in Liverpool so that it had a presence on the Liverpool Cotton Exchange to enable it to buy raw raw cotton at the lowest price ... In addition to the growing strength of workers groups like the Operative Cotton Spinners Association, competition from abroad was increasing due to the export of automated ...
Famous quotes containing the words cotton and/or raw:
“We are constituted a good deal like chickens, which, taken from the hen, and put in a basket of cotton in the chimney-corner, will often peep till they die, nevertheless; but if you put in a book, or anything heavy, which will press down the cotton, and feel like the hen, they go to sleep directly.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“It began with begging.
In the beginning it was all Gods icebox
and everyone ate raw fish or animals
and there was no fire at night to dance to,
no fire at day to cook by.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)