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Gin

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Guinea. The code is used for transactions to and from Guinean bank accounts and for international shipping to Guinea. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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Ginners should also destroy cotton trash at their cotton factories to kill the bollworm which might be present in trash.
Extensive trainings on improving ginning efficiency and productivity were also conducted for STEP-I ginners on other aspects of sustainable cotton production and processing such as Better Cotton Bale tracking system, cotton fibre quality on farm and in gin, and on use of standardized tools in ginning operations.
After the total trading of 1,02,78,100 bales, there are 19,71,849 bales available with ginners as unsold stock.
As regards ginners, the Commission now claims that to help restructure the sector into commercially viable health, "all ginning factories that were active in .
Once dotted with 299 cotton gins, California is now home to only 61 surviving gins, according to the California Cotton Growers and Ginners Associations (CCGGA).
The reports of bearish outlook in the international cotton market due to estimates of substantial increases in production in USA and other countries in the coming season, have naturally sent distress signals to the cotton ginners in the country.
The taxpayer in Busby successfully deferred taxes on the sales proceeds by persuading the Fifth Circuit that (1) the ginner was acting as an agent of the buyer and (2) the deferred payment contract imposed a limitation on the taxpayer's right to payment that was sufficient to bar constructive receipt.
The project will build sustainable services to enable producers and cotton ginners to improve long-term competitiveness and marketability of African cotton in international markets through market linkages.
Mumbai Four debt-strapped farmers have committed suicide in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, where traders and ginners are boycotting the cotton auctions and farmers are resorting to road blockades in protest against the ban imposed by the federal government on the export of cotton.
Historically, smallholder farmers were told the cost of inputs and given a general indication of the seed-cotton prices, but ginners had a free hand to amend prices without redress.
Member Pakistan Cotton Ginners Association Ahsanul Haq told Geo News that the price of cotton has seen a decline of Rs800 over the past one week while the supply of Phutti into the ginning factories has witnessed a 25 percent rise.
LAHORE, July 13 -- Pakistan Cotton Forum, a joint platform of Farmers Associates Pakistan (FAP), Pakistan Cotton Ginners Association (PCGA), Karachi Cotton Association (KCA) and All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) unanimously elected Seth Muhammed Akbar Sheikh and Hussain Jahanian Gardezi as its first Chairman and Vice Chairman respectively.