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Revenue from metals, minerals and consumer products jumped 36 percent to C$190 million, while potash surged 38 percent to C$109 million.
Metro Ports handles a wide range of bulk and breakbulk cargoes around the country, including aggregates, potash, coke, coal, cement, fertilizer, borax, bauxite, military, steel, wind energy, yachts and project cargo, according to the the Ports.
Directors could be asked in 2018 to approve a further $4.7 billion for development of Canada’s Jansen potash project, which would add production of the fertilizer to BHP’s commodity mix as soon as 2023, CEO Mackenzie said last month.
Nitrogen, phosphate (phosphorus) and potash (potassium) in that order are represented by the three numbers on a fertilizer's label (called the analysis), which indicates the percentage of those nutrients contained in the fertilizer.
The unnamed Russian billionaire cited by the Trump company’s lawyers is Dmitry Rybolovlev, whose financial empire springs from his companies’ production of potash, often used for fertilizer.
The unnamed Russian billionaire cited by the Trump company's lawyers is Dmitry Rybolovlev, whose financial empire springs from his companies' production of potash, often used for fertilizer.
Finally, the monument will honor existing oil and gas and mining rights, mainly for uranium and potash.
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