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EuroChem starts work on phosphate rock investment in Kazakhstan

November 11, 2013

EuroChem (Moscow), one of the world’s largest fertilizer companies, has announced the launch of construction work at a previously reported phosphate rock development project in Kazakhstan. The company’s Kazakhstan-based affiliate EuroChem Fertilizers is carrying out the large-scale development of the phosphate rock deposit. The initial production capacity will be approximately 640,000 m.t./year of phosphate ore, and production expected to be onstream in 2014. The initial phase will require an investment of approximately $120 million, EuroChem says. The...

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