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  • Uralkali Sees Potash Deal With India Possible Ahead of China
    11.02.2015
    Uralkali Sees Potash Deal With India Possible Ahead of China

    PAO Uralkali, the largest potash supplier by volume last year, sees a possible supply deal with India taking place ahead of China for the first time since 2008, signaling a price increase. China, with larger stockpiles, wont rush to lock in a new deal, Chief of Sales Oleg Petrov said.

    Yuliya Fedorinova / Bloomberg (UK)
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Smoking in mines is prohibited.
Work at heights without wearing a safety harness is prohibited.
Work in electrical installations under voltage is prohibited.
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