Caution from one of the world’s largest potash producers is likely to temper 2013 potash demand figures, but will not significantly change projected growth for the industry as a whole.
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Bloomberg reported that Uralkali has agreed to cut cut prices for China's Sinofert Holding Ltd. (297) by $70 a metric ton.
Reuters reported that Russian miner Uralkali is forecasting a hike in potash demand for 2013.
Potash Ridge's $20-million initial public offering created a stir in the potash market.
Potash producers are optimistic about their 2013 demand projections, however, some financial firms remain skeptical.
Reuters reported that Uralkali plans to cut potash output by 2 million tonnes in the December to March to curb excess supply.
Bloomberg reported that Uralkali believes that China is reluctant to sign long-term contracts, and may switch to the spot market.
Reuters reported that Uralkali's board of directors are considering a share buyback programme.
Bloomberg reported world's top potash producer Uralkali increased second-quarter production 12% since last year.
Reuters reported an increase in production in the second quarter for Russian potash miner Uralkali.