World cotton production in 2011 is now expected to exceed more than 27 million tons, according RISI, resulting in lower prices in the dissolving pulp market.
RISI, a leading information provider for the global forest products industry, reports that the 27-million-ton haul represents a 5 million ton increase from the low point in 2009.
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