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Chinese Government Helps Fund Fertilizer Plants in Bangladesh

8:04 AM MDT | March 16, 2012

Bangladesh Chemical Industries Corp. (BCIC; Dhaka), a government-owned enterprise, is going ahead with long-delayed plans to build a major fertilizer complex at Fenchuganj, Bangladesh. The decision follows an agreement by the Chinese government to contribute a major portion of the financing for the project. The complex, dubbed the Shahjalal Fertilizer Project, will be built adjacent to the existing Natural Gas Fertilizer Factory and comprise units designed to produce 1,000 m.t./day of ammonia and 1,760 m.t./day of urea. It will be built by China Chengda...

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