RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Brazilian Association of Cotton Producers (ABRAPA) on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding with the China Cotton Association (CCA) in order to promote trade in lint to the Asian country and strengthen Brazil's relationship with the commodity's largest global buyer.
ABRAPA president Julio Cézar Busato said that the agreement will be of great help to the sector, since it will enable an increase in the exchange of information with China, the destination of about 35% of Brazilian cotton in the current season.
"They will be able to tell us what restrictions exist . . .