Cotton Corporation of India
Cotton Corporation of India Type PSU Industry Textiles Founded 1970 Headquarters Mumbai Key people Punna Bhaskar, Chairman& Managing director Website http://www.cotcorp.gov.in/
Cotton Corporation of India or CCI is a Government of India agency, engaged in diverse activities related to trade, procurement, and export of cotton. CCI is a public sector agency responsible for equitable distribution of cotton among the different constituents of the industry and aid imports of cotton. Established in 1970 under Companies Act 1956.
CCI is governed by Textile Policy 1985 issued by Ministry of Textiles, Government of India.
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