12 December 2012 14:24 [Source: ICIS news]
MOSCOW (ICIS)--Russia's overall exports of fertilizers were up in January-October 2012, the country's customs agency said Wednesday.
Russia's exports of nitrogen fertilizers were 3.6% up year on year in January-October at 9.329m tonnes, the Russian Federal Customs Service said in a statement. The export value was $2.965bn (€2.276bn), up 10% year on year, it said.
The country's potash exports reached 7.106m tonnes, or 15% up year on year, at $2.897bn or 31.7% up year on year, the statement said.
Russia's exports of mixed fertilizers amounted to 7.370m tonnes, up 11.8% year on year, at $3.369bn or 8% up year on year, according to the statement.
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