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China lowers tariff on fertilizer products to boost exports

2:01 PM MST | January 20, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Type your caption here. The Chinese government set lower export tariffs for key fertilizer products urea and diammonium phosphate (DAP), effective 1 January, the Ministry of Finance (Beijing) announced recently. Export tariffs for fertilizer products will remain different for peak and off-peak seasons as in the current structure. The tariff for urea during the off-peak season (July–October) will be 40 renminbi/m.t. ($6.60), according to a Chinese government statement. The off-peak season (mid-May–mid-October) export tariff for DAP was set at...

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