North Africa crisis spreads concern over Indian fertilisers

By Alex Feytis
Published: Thursday, 31 March 2011

The wind of rebellion, which began to blow at the end of 2010 across North Africa and the Middle East sparking some of the most significant political change and potential reforms to hit the region for some time, has already impacted phosphate supply in the region, and is now causing concern in markets further afield



Tunisian phosphate gets caught up in the crisis
as the fifth largest global producer has stopped
all operations since January, including at CPG’s
open pit of Kef Eddour-Metlaoui (pictured)
CPG


The wind of rebellion, which began to blow at the end of 2010 across North Africa and the Middle East...

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