Cargill Cotton President Departs Amid Slumping Prices, DemandBy and
Doug Christie had been at Cargill for more than two decades
Cotton prices under pressure from size of Chinese inventories
The head of Cargill Inc.’s cotton business has left the company, the latest in a series of senior management changes at the U.S. commodities trader and producer, amid declining global demand and slumping prices for the fiber.
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