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NATO countries Compared by Agriculture > Cotton use

DEFINITION: Domestic use of cotton 2003/2004.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Turkey 6,300 thousand bales 2004
2 Italy 1,100 thousand bales 2004
3 Greece 650 thousand bales 2004
4 Portugal 500 thousand bales 2004
5 Germany 475 thousand bales 2004
6 Spain 450 thousand bales 2004
7 Canada 350 thousand bales 2004
8 France 320 thousand bales 2004
9 Czech Republic 275 thousand bales 2004
10 Poland 240 thousand bales 2004
11 Romania 125 thousand bales 2004
12 Estonia 120 thousand bales 2004
13 United Kingdom 91 thousand bales 2004
14 Hungary 70 thousand bales 2004
15 Bulgaria 65 thousand bales 2004
16 Slovakia 60 thousand bales 2004
17 Lithuania 50 thousand bales 2004
18 Albania 35 thousand bales 2004
19 Netherlands 21 thousand bales 2004
20 Latvia 13 thousand bales 2004
=21 Denmark 1 thousand bales 2004
=21 Norway 1 thousand bales 2004

Citation

"Countries Compared by Agriculture > Cotton use. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", United States Department of Agriculture. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/group-stats/NATO-countries/Agriculture/Cotton-use

NATO countries Compared by Agriculture > Cotton use

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Interesting observations about Agriculture > Cotton use

  • China ranked first for cotton use amongst Emerging markets in 2004.
  • United States ranked first for cotton use amongst High income OECD countries in 2004.
  • India ranked first for cotton use amongst Hot countries in 2004.
  • Italy ranked first for cotton use amongst European Union in 2004.
  • Mexico ranked first for cotton use amongst Former Spanish colonies in 2004.
  • Brazil ranked first for cotton use amongst Catholic countries in 2004.
  • Turkey ranked first for cotton use amongst Europe in 2004.
  • United Kingdom ranked last for cotton use amongst Group of 7 countries (G7) in 2004.
  • Pakistan ranked first for cotton use amongst Muslim countries in 2004.
  • Australia ranked third last for cotton use amongst Non-religious countries in 2004.
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