INDIA - Delhi based India's export import research company; Infodrive India has announced that Indian cotton exports have recorded a negative growth of 19.09 per cent in value terms during the month of June 2014.
Cotton exports during the period were recorded at $531.26 million, the report released by the company said.
During the month, cotton yarn exports were down by 12.91 per cent at $262.16 million, registering a decrease of $38.88 million, against May 2014.
Exports of combed cotton have also fallen by $83.13 million in June 2014 to $118.68 million, registering a negative growth of 41.19 per cent, as compared to May 214.
However, exports of woven fabrics of cotton were up by $5.01 million or 7 per cent to $76.97 million, as compared to May 2014.
The company said that major destinations of exports were China, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Egypt, Peru, United Arab Emirates, Sri Lanka, Togo, Bangladesh, Benin and Turkey.
The research findings are based in based on export shipping bills filed at Indian customs by exporters from India through June- 2014 at more than 110 ports, that includes Mundra port, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Pipavav port, Tuticorin Sea, others, the company said.