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Sechin Ends Fertilizer Fight

PhosAgro and UralChem, two of Russia’s largest fertilizer makers, agreed to end their legal dispute over ownership of a smaller producer after Deputy Prime Minister Igor Sechin intervened, Vedomosti reported Friday.

The firms withdrew mutual court claims over phosphate and nitrogen producer Voskresensk Mineral Fertilizers, the paper reported.


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