FERTILIZER prices are slowly rising from the floor witnessed earlier this year, driven by both intentional and unintentional supply reductions, according to Rabobank's global Food & Agribusiness Research & Advisory Group.
"Seasonal demand, mostly from China, India and the U.S., is unlikely to cause any prolonged rise in prices for the fertilizer complex, while risk-averse sentiment in global commodities is leading to reluctance towards stoc
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