Egypt is the world's most important staple cotton export country. Because of its inherent quality, its price is more expensive than ordinary cotton.
Egyptian cotton has six whole classes and they are extra, fully good, good, fully good fair, good fair, fully fair. In addition, it also includes five semi classes.
In fact, when the yearly opening price published by the Egyptian Cotton Exporters Association (ALCOTEXA), Egyptian long staple cotton is priced by 16 classifications and each class has differential price.
Generally speaking, due to its meticulous hierarchical, cotton domestic enterprise mainly adopts the cotton sample standard transaction provided by the exporter.