Concern about Urea availability

Aiyar, Sharada
October 1995
Chemical Business;Oct95, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the fertilizer industry's concern in the reduction of the availability of urea due to the movement both from producing units as well as parts that has been far below the target in 1995 in India. Average targeted movement during May 1995; Average shortfall during peak months; Reason that has adduced for the reduced movement of urea.


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