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The Impacts Of The Elimination Of Cotton Storage Credits On The U.S. Cotton Industry


  • Anonymous
  • Pan, Suwen


The impacts of the removal of the cotton storage credit were modeled using the Global Fibers Model at the Cotton Economics Research Institute at Texas Tech University. A 5-year baseline was estimated under existing policy. The impacts of removing the storage credit was simulated and compared with the baseline.

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  • Anonymous & Pan, Suwen, 2009. "The Impacts Of The Elimination Of Cotton Storage Credits On The U.S. Cotton Industry," Cotton Economics Research Institute CER Series 94190, Texas Tech University, Department of Agricultural and Applied Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:ttucer:94190

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