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Chinese Urea Export Tax Increased

11:56 AM MDT | September 19, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

The Chinese government has increased its export tax on urea from 135%, to 175%-185% for the rest of 2008, PotashCorp says. The increase is expected to reduce Chinese export supplies. China was the world’s largest urea exporter in 2007, selling 6 million m.t. of urea in overseas markets, PotashCorp...

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