World Cotton Production and Consumption, Table 2

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Table X. World Cotton Production and Consumption
                                                 In 000,000 480-lb bales
Region and country 1994–95 1995–961 1996–972
Production 85.5    91.5    87.0   
  Western Hemisphere 25.6    23.8    24.5   
    United States 19.7    17.9    18.6   
    Brazil 2.5    1.8    1.6   
  Europe 2.0    2.3    2.1   
  Former Soviet republics  8.8    8.3    7.4   
    Uzbekistan 5.8    5.7    5.1   
  Africa 5.6    6.6    7.2   
  Asia and Oceania 43.6    50.5    45.7   
    China 19.9    21.9    17.5   
    India 10.8    12.3    12.2   
    Pakistan 6.2    8.2    7.1   
Consumption 84.7    84.6    85.7   
    United States 11.2    10.6    11.0   
    China 20.2    19.8    19.8   
    India 10.5    11.4    11.8   
    Pakistan 6.8    7.0    6.7   
    European Union 5.4    5.1    5.1   
    Southeast Asia 4.6    4.5    4.5   
    Russia 1.3    1.2    1.0   
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      1Estimated.  2Forecast. Source: USDA, October and November 1996.

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