Turkey: The History of US Cotton in Turkey

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This report highlights the partnership between Cotton Council International, one of the original cooperators, and USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service in promoting U.S. cotton in Turkey. The partnership has been essential for the success of this thriving market for U.S. raw cotton. Since 1990 the United States has exported over $12 billion worth of cotton to Turkey.

Turkey: The History of US Cotton in Turkey

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