Cargill Cotton President Departs Amid Slumping Prices, Demand

  • 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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