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VIDEO: Agrimoney lead analyst on Covid-19’s massive impact on the cotton supply chain


Agrimoney Lead Analyst, Gary Mead, joins us from home to discuss the key findings from his new white paper, ‘Cotton: Covid and Beyond’, which examines the global cotton supply-chain in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.


With lockdown measures slashing almost 80% of US in-store clothing and textile sales in March and April, the virus’s effects on cotton in the short term have been massive. But there may be hope for long-term demand recovery thanks to a new scientific development.



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