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Report: Three groups eye Kerimov's stake, potash price to India reduced

8:30 AM MDT | October 7, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

Three groups are interested in buying Suleyman Kerimov’s stake in Russian potash producer Uralkali (Berezniki), according to a Monday report in Vedomosti that cites a source close to Kerimov. The parties interested in Kerimov’s 21.75% stake are investor Vladimir Kogan together with an Arab state fund, billionaire Vladimir Evtushenkov and partner Mikhail Gutseriev, and tycoon Mikhail Prokhorov. The first two groups have already received approval from the Kremlin to proceed, Vedomosti says.   Separately, Uralkali has reduced  potash prices to...

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