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Russia's chemical, fertilizer exports grow in first five months

11:41 AM MDT | July 8, 2014

Russia exported more chemicals and fertilizers in the first five months of this year, according to statistics just released. Exports of potash in January–May rose 56.4% to 4.13 million m.t., compared with the corresponding period of 2013. The value of the exports, $1.00 billion, was up 11.5%. Nitrogen fertilizers exports in the five months rose by 8.2%, to 5.08 million m.t., reaching revenues of $1.38 billion, 8.3% down. Compound fertilizer exports were down 13.5%, to 3.50 million m.t., and dropped 26% in monetary terms, to $1.27 billion. Meanwhile, Russia...

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