17 August 2012 17:17 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS)--Vale is postponing a Canadian dollar (C$) $3bn ($3bn, €2.4bn) potash mine project in ?xml:namespace>
The Brazil-based mining major had been expected to make a decision on the 2.9m tonne/year potash project this year.
A spokesperson for Vale’s regional head office in
The reports cited Toronto-based Vale vice president Cory McPhee as saying that the project was being postponed because of more challenging economic times. However, Vale had not cancelled the project, McPhee said.
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Additional reporting by Brian Ford($1 = C$0.99)
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