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MINSK, October 25 (Itar-Tass) - Belarusian Potash Company (BPC) has signed a three-year memorandum on supplies of potash fertilizers to China.
Its partner in the transaction is the Chinese company Sinofert Holdings Ltd., a subsidiary of the major petrochemical corporation Sinochem, the BPC press service said.
BPC press officers did not specify the amounts of supplies but said they would be significant.
The BPC is a joint venture of the Belarusian state enterprise Belaruskaliy and the Russian producer of mineral fertilizers, Uralkaliy OJSC. It has headquarters in Minsk and regional offices in New Delhi, Beijing, Singapore, and Sao Paolo.
BPC exports embrace Europe, India, China, Central and South America, the U.S., the Asia/Pacific region, Africa, and the Middle East.