By Daniella D’Alimonte - Exclusive to Potash Investing News Migao Corporation (TSX: MGO), a China-based company that processes potash into specialty potash-based fertilizers for the Chinese market, recently announced large purchase orders. The company will supply 50,000 tonnes of potassium sulphate to its wholly-owned subsidiary Guangdong Migao. By January 30, 2009, the product will be transported by [...]
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By Daniella D’Alimonte – Exclusive to Potash Investing News The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (TSX: POT) has been fairly unpredictable for the past two weeks. It has ranged anywhere between US$164.80 to US$143.40 per share. Closing on the weekend, it seems to be on its way back up. The company believes it is heading into a [...]
By Daniella D’Alimonte – Exclusive to Potash Investing News The TSX main index made a turn-around from its bearish outlook on September 10. Commodities played a part in this bounce-back after a string of bad sessions. Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (POT: TSX) made a 2.2 per cent gain to nearly US$153 per share and is [...]
Striking workers at Potash Corp’s mine gathered outside Saskatoon for a morale-boosting barbecue on Sunday afternoon. Roger Falconer, head of strategic campaigns for the Canadian branch of the United Steelworkers Union, said: The bottom line, the message is that they are going to outlast the company. They are prepared to stick this out. For full [...]
Workers striking at Potash Corp. have found other jobs. A union spokesman said: About two-thirds of the 500 workers on strike at three mines owned by Potash Corp of Saskatchewan have found other jobs in Western Canada’s booming labor market. For full story, click here
Unionized workers at numerous Canada’s potash mines have offered their support to miners who are strikong at the three Potash Corp mines. United Steelworkers official Roger Falconer said: Unionized miners in the western province, home to the world’s largest reserves of potash, have agreed to share information as other labor contracts come up for bargaining next [...]