BEIJING, Jan 20- China's cotton imports dropped to their lowest in at least 9 years in 2015, according to Reuters calculations based on trade figures released on Wednesday. Imports by the world's top consumer of the fibre have been slowing as the gap between domestic and international prices narrows and after Beijing reduced the availability of low-tariff...» Read More
LONDON, Dec 16- Louis Dreyfus Commodities has appointed Anthony Tancredi as head of sugar with immediate effect, the company said on Wednesday. Tancredi previously headed the firm's global cotton unit but stepped down from that position in November, when the company said he would move to another unit of the trade house. He will replace Jacques Gillaux.
NEW YORK, Nov 17- The senior head of Louis Dreyfus Commodities BV's cotton business has left his role with plans to move to another unit of the global trade house, a spokeswoman said on Tuesday. Anthony Tancredi, senior head of the global cotton unit, has stepped down and Joe Nicosia, head of global merchandising, is "looking after" the cotton business, the spokeswoman...
*China cotton imports have plummeted this year. BEIJING, Oct 15- China imported 50,900 tonnes of cotton in September, down 58.6 percent from a year earlier and the lowest monthly level since at least 2005, according to customs data reported by an industry website. Imports for the first nine months of the year are down by 42 percent to 1.16 million tonnes, the China...
BEIJING, Sept 1- A nearly two-month series of daily auctions from China's huge cotton reserves has drawn to a close, selling only a fraction of fiber offered due to high pricing and a slowing economy. Beijing had been under pressure to release stocks to recover part of the cost accrued building a stockpile of around 11 million tonnes of cotton under a...
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