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Vol 44 No 19

Published 26th September 2003


Main Western and Central African cotton producers (2002-2003)

Main Western and Central African cotton producers (2002-2003)

Mali 181,000 tonnes
Burkina Faso 164,000
Benin 154,000
Côte d'Ivoire 150,000
Cameroon   90,000
Togo   72,000
Chad   70,000
Nigeria   55,000
Senegal   16,000
Others     20,000
 Total  972,000 tonnes 


Source: International Cotton Advisory Committee

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