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Russian fertilizer output in 2013 up, soda ash declines

5:07 AM MST | January 24, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

Production of fertilizers in Russia in terms of 100% nutrient content in 2013 rose 2.7% to reach 18.3 million m.t., according to Rosstat, the country’s statistical agency.  Production of anhydrous ammonia was 4.7% higher at 14.4 million m.t. Output of soda ash at 2.5 million m.t. was down 12.6% compared with 2012. Production of synthetic rubbers rose 2.7% to 1.5 million m.t. and that of plastics was 13% higher at 6.1 million...

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