CNBC reported that although ICL announced first quarter profits that beat analyst estimates, the weakness in potash prices is creating a new level of concern.
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Globe reported that ICL paid the Israeli government NIS 400 million in potash royalties in 2012. As quoted in the Globe report: Israel Chemicals transfers NIS 1.5 billion as the government’s take, in the form of direct taxes, royalties, and the dividends tax, amounting to 41% of the company’s profits in Israel,” said Israel Chemicals [...]
Recent contract renewals have given potash markets positive cues for a stronger than expected 2012. Long-term investment into potash infrastructure will help keep markets well supplied.