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Former Spanish colonies Compared by Agriculture > Cotton use

DEFINITION: Domestic use of cotton 2003/2004.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Mexico 2,200 thousand bales 2004
2 Argentina 525 thousand bales 2004
3 Colombia 475 thousand bales 2004
4 Peru 380 thousand bales 2004
5 Philippines 175 thousand bales 2004
=6 Guatemala 110 thousand bales 2004
=6 El Salvador 110 thousand bales 2004
8 Ecuador 80 thousand bales 2004
9 Venezuela 75 thousand bales 2004
10 Chile 70 thousand bales 2004
=11 Dominican Republic 45 thousand bales 2004
=11 Cuba 45 thousand bales 2004
13 Paraguay 25 thousand bales 2004
=14 Bolivia 15 thousand bales 2004
=14 Honduras 15 thousand bales 2004
16 Costa Rica 14 thousand bales 2004
17 Uruguay 10 thousand bales 2004
18 Panama 5 thousand bales 2004
19 Nicaragua 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/Former-Spanish-colonies/Agriculture/Cotton-use

Former Spanish colonies 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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