12 November 2007 10:46 [Source: ICIS news]
BPC also said it would raise its standard MOP (muriate of potash) spot offers for Asia from $360/tonne to $400/tonne and granular MOP spot offers for ?xml:namespace>
Russian producer Silvinit said last month that it could halt its potash shipments in the second half of November due to the possible shutdown of a railway line in the country’s
After Silvinit's announcement, BPC moved to halt negotiations on new potash supply contracts.
However, the construction of a 1.8 km section of a new 6 km rail line to bypass the affected area has been accelerated and is due to be completed by 1 January.
BPC signed a joint-venture deal with Uralkali in 2005 and exports potash to countries in Asia and
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