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India and Iraq agree to joint urea and phosphate fertilizer projects in Iraq
11:29 AM MDT | July 12, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
India and Iraq have agreed to jointly build urea and phosphate fertilizer plants in Iraq. The decision was made during a recent visit to Iraq by M. Veerappa Moily, India’s minister of petroleum and natural gas, to discuss collaboration in the energy sector. Moily met with NÅ«rÄ« Al MÄlikÄ«, the prime minister of Iraq. The two sides have agreed to work toward a letter of intent to establish the fertilizer complex as a joint undertaking. The facilities will be based in the Al Qaim–Al AnbÄr area of Iraq, where there are ready infrastructure; an...
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