Canpotex export potash fertilizers Myanmar

Canpotex to export potash fertilizers to Myanmar

7:37 AM, 18th May 2012
Canpotex to export potash fertilizers to Myanmar

SASKATOON, CANADA: Canpotex Limited plans to make its first potash shipment to Myanmar following the removal of economic sanctions by the Government of Canada against Myanmar. The export of Canpotex potash fertilizer to developing countries over the past forty years has resulted in an increase in economic prosperity in those countries as their farmers develop better fertilization methods and grow more and better crops.

Canpotex plans to further support this new market through the introduction of its market development programmes to Myanmar. “The relaxation of economic sanctions and export prohibitions following democratic reforms in Myanmar allows Canpotex to expand into this new market. We look forward to provide potash that will contribute to higher crop yields and improved livelihoods of Myanmar’s citizens,” said Steve Dechka, President and CEO, Canpotex.

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