ACSA is vigilant in promoting sanctity of contract, both domestically and overseas.  Leadership of ACSA members plays an important role in formulating farm programs and cooperating with government agencies in the administration of such programs.  Through ACSA, our members strive to minimize contract disputes, both domestically and abroad, by working closely with national and international governments and their cotton trade organizations.

Current Issues

A Look at China’s New Political and Economic Trends Under the New Normal

Here is our analysis report on this year’s ‘Two Sessions’ that finished on March 15th, 2015.  As we understand it, the outcomes of the ‘Two Sessions’  can be summarized in 3 points: The Chinese economy will continue to slow down under increased pressure from economic adjustment and proactive reform in 2015 The economy isn't declining [...]

House Ag Hearing on the CFTC’s 2015 Agenda

  Overview For questions please contact Kwon park at (202) 547-3035. Yesterday, the House Agriculture Committee had a hearing on the 2015 Agenda for the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC or Commission). CFTC Chairman Massad was the sole witness. Please click on the link below for more information. HOUSE AG HEARDING ON CFTC'S 2015 AGENDA

Procedures for Contacting USDA-Kansas City Commodity Office