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Jordan and Indonesia agree to phosphoric acid projects
July 22, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
Jordan Phosphate Mines Co. (JPMC; Amman) has signed memoranda of understanding with two Indonesian firms to build two separate phosphoric acid projects, each designed to produce 200,000 m.t./year. One of the units will be built in Jordan and the other in Indonesia, according to JPMC. The two projects form part of the company’s strategy to guarantee offtake of phosphate rock from its extensive mining operations in Jordan. JPMC operates in three mining areas in the central and southern parts of Jordan: Al Hassa, Al Abiad, and Eshidiya. The company says it is...
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