LATIN AMERICAN TRADE TEAM

Please find the participant list and updated itinerary for the 2012 COTTON USA Special Trade Mission from Latin America during the dates of June 9-16, 2012.  We currently have 22 textile executives participating, along with 1 interpreter, and 3 staff members for a total of 26 people.

On June 12, 2012 a seminar and meeting with ACSA, AMCOT, and the American Cotton Producers will be held at 5 PM in the Forest Room, Mezzanine Level at the Peabody Hotel.  A reception and dinner will begin at 7 PM at Chickasaw Country Club.  Members interested in attending should notify the association with the names of those attending from your firm by Friday, June 8th for guarantee purposes.

Click here for the 2012 COTTON USA Latin American Special Trade Mission–Itinerary  and  the   COTTON USA Special Trade Mission–Participant List

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