21 February 2008 14:53 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS news) --A combination of a lack of availability from China and the realisation that phosphate fertilizer prices will continue to strengthen, has been the catalyst in encouraging a raft of phosphate fertilizer purchases in Brazil, traders and producers said on Thursday.?xml:namespace>
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Two 30,000 tonne cargoes of Tunisian triple superphosphate (TSP) were also sold and 30,000 tonnes of Moroccan TSP at $770-775/tonne FOB (free on board).
Fertilizer trader company Ameropa was offering a cargo of Lithuanian DAP at $905-910/tonne CFR.
A recent rise in export duties in
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