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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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After the total trading of 1,02,78,100 bales, there are 19,71,849 bales available with ginners as unsold stock.
Then ginners purchase seed cotton from the commission agents and after that textile units purchase lint cotton from these ginners through brokers.
and Secretary-Treasurer Sledge Taylor (cotton ginner, Como, Miss.
According to VJAS' Tiwari, there is considerable unrest among farmers, traders and ginners in Yavatmal, Wardha, Akola, Amaravati, and Nagpur, where cotton growers are protesting the ban on the export of their produce.
Transparency and partnership along the value chain--Exposure and training brought producers and ginners together to learn from each other and, more importantly, to interact more regularly.
Seth Muhammed Akbar is a renowned cotton farmer, ginner, spinner and weaver.
KARACHI, June 27 -- Phutti (cotton-seed) prices have touched its all-time high of Rs3,100 per 40-kg as the cotton starve textile sector is busy in hedging stocks, ginners told ARY News Saturday.
The traders complained that the government has not made rules and regulations clear, as a result of which exporters and ginners are confused and are suffering heavy losses, as most ginning units have come to a standstill.
AEDA, the association of Spanish ginners , fears that the proposal to be adopted Tuesday 6 November by the European Commission maintains the essence of the 2004 reform which has had -during its provisional enforcement as from 2006- disastrous consequences for the sector (see table below).
The modules from the 625 are half-length (16 feet) but ginners report they can be handled easily with no modifications to their operations.
The cotton ginners are reported to have turned panicky in the 1 face of sharp declines in the prices of cotton in the international market specially in the US.
of the Texas Food and Fibers Commission; Roger Isom of the California Cotton Ginners & Growers; and Phillip J.