With a 128-page book, the Bremen Cotton Exchange reviews its past with many exciting illustrations and in two languages (German and English).
However, the work is not just a heavy tome with old stories, but a master plan for both cotton and textiles at the same time. This includes climate change and the need to act sustainably and transparently. However, the book also explains why the Cotton Exchange was founded in Bremen and why its position in world affairs is so unique.
The anniversary book can be obtained from the Cotton Shop of the Bremen Cotton Exchange or the Weser-Kurier.
A look into the book:
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