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UralChem and Uralkali develop cooperation with countries of South East Africa

UralChem and Uralkali are developing cooperation with countries of southeast Africa in the field of fertilizer supplies.

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UralChem increased output of marketable products by 4% in 2017.

UralChem increased the output of commodity products by 4% for 2017, the company's press service informs.

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Russian producers increase output of fertilizers

Against the backdrop of rising demand and prices on world markets, Russian fertilizer producers are actively increasing production: in 2017, production increased by 4-16%.

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FAS agrees on the purchase of UralKim by 10% of Uralkali with reservations

The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has extended consideration of the petition of UralChem to purchase 9.99% of Uralkali, the website of the department reports.

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In 2018 Gazprom Sulfur to supply 145,000 tons of gas technical sulfur to Uralchem

Uralchem signed an agreement with Gazprom sulfur on the supply of 145 thousand tons of sulfur in 2018 for its industrial enterprises. This was reported by Uralchim.

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In the first 9 months, Uralchem increased output of compound fertilizers by 24%

Enterprises of Uralchem increased the production of marketable products by 6% in the first three quarters of 2017.

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In 2016, Uralchem increased production by 3%

In 2016, Uralchem increased production of marketable products by 3% compared to last year to record 6.06 million tons, the company reports.

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VTB opens credit line for $150 mln to Uralchem

VTB Bank with participation of Roseximbank and the Russian export credit agency Exsar has opened a credit line to Uralchem for $150 million, the credit institution reports.

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In H1, Uralchem produced 3 mln tons of products

In the first six months of 2016, Uralchem Group’s enterprises produced 3 million tons of commodity products, which corresponds to the same period of the previous year.

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Belarusian trader Dmitry Lbnyak buys shares of Uralkali

Onexim of Mikhail Prokhorov has sold 20% of Uralkali. Buyer, contrary to the market expectations, wasn’t Uralchem, which owns 20% of Uralkali, but Belarusian trader Dmitry Lobyak, who is familiar with owner of Uralchem Dmitry Mazepin. The market doesn’t rule out the possibility that the transaction may contribute to the restoration of relations with Minsk, ruptured in 2013.
Onexim has closed a deal on sale of 20% of Uralkali to a structure of the Belarusian businessman Dmitry Lobyak. The transaction amount isn’t disclosed, but a source of the Kommersant, familiar with the situation, notes that it was signed with a substantial premium to the market (the package price on the Moscow stock exchange is about $2 billion). The Mikhail Prokhorov’s purchase of the package in Uralkali was estimated at $4 billion in late 2013, then he bought 28.5% of the company, but sold some shares during buyback, reduced the stake to 20%. 19.9% more ​​of Uralkali belong to Uralchem, the remaining shares are quasi treasury ones.

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