Ammonia exports jumped from Russia

In January-July this year, the supply of nitrogen fertilizers from Russia to the world market increased by 5.8% to 7.882 million tons, according to the materials of the Federal Customs Service.

Sales of potash fertilizers grew by 1.4% to 4.751 million tons, while complex fertilizers decreased by 12% to 5.995 million tons. Exports of anhydrous ammonia increased by 9% to 2.704 million tons.

In monetary terms, shipments of nitrogen fertilizers abroad expanded by 14.8% to $1.641 billion, potash – by 21.8% to $1.231 billion, ammonia – by 7.7% to $701.9 million, while complex declined by 5.1% to $1.865 billion.

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