Strategic Decisions in Moscow Rattle Potash Markets

Fiscor, Steve
August 2013
Engineering & Mining Journal (00958948);Aug2013, Vol. 214 Issue 8, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that the potash producer Uralkali has announced that it will withdraw from its sales partnership with the mineral firm Belarusian Potash Co. as of 2013 as the mineral firm Belaruskali has made number of deliveries to Belarusian, which violated the principles of their agreement. It informs that the decision of Uralkali has impacted the potash market in Russia in two ways including negative effect on share prices for public potash mining firms and lower potash prices.


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