PODCAST: US import duties on phosphates from Morocco and Russia to affect market in long term

Sylvia Traganida


LONDON (ICIS)–After an approximately 8-month process, the US International Trade Commission (ITC) has completed its investigation and determined that subsidised phosphate imports from Morocco and Russia have materially injured the US phosphate industry.

As a result, there will be countervailing duty orders on phosphate from Russia and Morocco for at least five years.

Senior editors Sylvia Traganida and Mark Milam explain the latest developments and how they will affect the US phosphates market.

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