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Report: Belarus to export 6.6 million m.t. of potash fertilizers next year

8:45 AM MST | December 12, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Belarus plans to export 6.6. million m.t. of potash fertilizers during 2014, Andrei Kharkovets, minister of finance said on 12 December in a session at the country's House of Representatives (Minsk), according to a report from local news agency BelTa. The announcement was made during the presentation of next year's central state budget, the report adds. "The budget has been drafted with the assumption that 1 m.t. of potassium will cost $306, export customs duty will stand at €60/m.t. ($82.6), and the export of potassium fertilizers will be 6.6 million...

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