21 May 2007 09:52 [Source: ICIS news]
ISTANBUL (ICIS news)--European suppliers are aiming to increase prices for standard grade potassium chloride (MOP - muriate of potash) by a minimum of €20/tonne ($27/tonne) in second-half 2007 contracts, sources said on Monday.?xml:namespace>
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The differential has traditionally been around €20/tonne but was slightly higher at present, sources added.
Granular MOP prices were increased by around €12/tonne to a range of €187-191/tonne CFR (cost and freight) NWE (northwest
International MOP prices have increased this year amid tight supply and good demand. The principal potash suppliers include
The IFA conference runs from Monday to Wednesday.
($1 = €0.74)
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