ACSA Joins Coalition to Write Letter to President-Elect Joe Biden Regarding Ag Transportation

On January 7th, ACSA along with other groups within an agricultural transportation working group wrote a letter to President-elect Joe Biden and the transition team requesting their support in advancing transportation infrastructure and policies to enhance the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of transporting agricultural products.

Letter Here

China Policy and Market Update

In November, China imported 902,899 bales (196,583 MT) of cotton, a decrease of 5.55% month-on-month (m/m), and an increase of 87.01% year-on-year (y/y). The total value was USD 311.00 million, representing a decrease of 3.26% m/m, an increase of 70.18% y/y. The U.S. ranked as the largest cotton supplier to China, Brazil the second, and India the third. For more information on the Chinese cotton industry and policy updates, please click on the link below.

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Support for Granting Priority Vaccine to Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers

On December 1st, agricultural associations, including the National Cotton Council, sent letters to President Trump, President-elect Joe Biden, and the National Governors Association to reiterate their support for granting priority vaccine access to essential critical infrastructure workers. See the letters below.

Biden Transition COVID-19 Vaccine Letter here.

National Governors Association COVID-19 Vaccine Letter here.

Trump Administration COVID-19 Letter here.