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'Crisis' for India's cotton producers

India's cotton producers say they are at a crisis point, because global prices are plunging and falling demand from China is hitting exports.

Even the central government stepping in to buy up their stock has not been enough to prevent heavy losses.

The BBC's Ashleigh Nghiem travelled to Parbhani in rural Maharashtra - one of India's two cotton producing states - to find out more.

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  • 11 Dec 2014
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