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PhosAgro to cooperate with Prayon in rare earths; starts up urea complex

10:31 AM MDT | October 26, 2012 | Ian Young

Phosphate fertilizer producer PhosAgro (Moscow) says it has signed an agreement with phosphate company Prayon (Engis, Belgium) to cooperate in the further development of innovative technologies initially developed by Prayon to extract rare earth elements contained in phosphogypsum. The companies will work jointly toward adapting the new technologies to one of PhosAgro's production facilities and introducing them into the manufacturing process. All phases of the project are due to be completed by Prayon in 2013. The agreement builds on a longstanding technolgy...

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