Official Invitations and Plenary Meeting Brochures are Being Mailed in Hard Copy this Week.

Date Posted: 27 Jun, 2017

From the Secretariat                                                                                  
                   
76th PLENARY MEETING OF THE
INTERNATIONAL COTTON ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
October 22-27, 2017
 
Cotton in the era of globalization and technological progress
 
Official Invitations and Plenary Meeting brochures describing hotel availability, conference tour opportunities, and an overview of the plenary meeting agenda are being mailed in hard copy this week. Official invitations are sent to Ambassadors, Coordinating Agencies, Standing Committee Delegates, Observers, members of the ICAC specialized committees, international organizations and Non-Member countries.
 
The agenda for the 76th Plenary meeting will focus on best practices in cotton production technology, meeting the challenges of inter-fiber competition, and expanding value added production in the cotton value chain. This will be the first ICAC plenary meeting in Central Asia in approximately two decades, providing a special opportunity to experience the culture and cotton economy of this region.
 
Information about the tours and registration is available on the ICAC web site.


Press releases are available via e-mail. Register online for this free service at: https://secure.icac.org/register.php?newsletter=1
 
The Secretariat of the Committee publishes information related to world cotton production, supply, demand and prices, and provides technical information on cotton production technology. Detailed statistics are found bimonthly in COTTON: Review of the World Situation, $190 per year via email, $230 per year in hard copy. A monthly outlook is available by email for $300 per year. Access to the latest weekly estimates of world cotton supply and use by the Secretariat is available on the Internet for $460 per year. Access Secretariat reports at http://www.icac.org.

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