Uralkali has decided to break out of a trading venture with its Belarus partner Belaruskali

August 2013
World Mining News;8/ 6/2013, p1
The article informs that the Russian potash fertilizer producer Uralkali has decided to break its trading venture with its Belarusian partner and potash fertilizer producer Belaruskali.


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