Brazil 2012 fertilizer sales rise 4% year on year

14 February 2013 20:26  [Source: ICIS news]

CAMPINAS, Brazil (ICIS)--Brazilian sales of fertilizer increased by 4% in 2012 year on year, from 28.3m to 29.5m tonnes, according to information made available on Thursday by the Fertilizer Distribution Association (Anda).

According to Anda, production of fertilizer intermediates decreased 2% in 2012, from 9.9m tonnes to 9.7m tonnes.

Imports of fertilizer intermediates fell 2%, from 19.9m tonnes in 2011 to 19.5m tonnes in 2012, it said.

Brazilian exports of fertilizers and nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium formulations decreased 23% in 2012, from 675,000 tonnes to 517,000 tonnes, reaching its second worst performance since 2009, when it reached 426,000 tonnes.

By: Leo Siqueira
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