27 November 2008 12:07 [Source: ICIS news]
"The [economic] crisis affected us and our clients," BPC spokesman Vladimir Tafrov said in the statement.
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Belaruskali aimed to raise its domestic potash supplies by 400,000 tonnes in the fourth quarter, Tafrov said in the statement.
Belaruskali expected its annual potash output to reach 8.3m tonnes this year, and Uralkali planned to produce 4.9m tonnes of potash in 2008, according to the BPC statement.
Last month, Uralkali cut its fourth-quarter potash production by 500,000 tonnes.
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