Russian Fertilizer Market Survey Recently Published at MarketPublishers.com
25 Jan 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Fertilizer consumption is likely to be constrained by structural problems in agricultural and wider economy of Eastern Europe. Ukraine has high agricultural potential but, the poor macroeconomic context and incomplete land reform hamper its development. Indebted farmers, low availability of credit, outdated machinery and weak infrastructure are some of the factors that limit regional agriculture and fertilizer use. The Russian government subsidizes the fertilizer price, interest rates on rural credit, cost of yield insurance, livestock and seed production among others. But, policy measures to develop agricultural production have had limited impact.
New market survey “Russia's Fertilizer Industry in 2011” provided by Interfax Europe offers unbiased and comprehensive overview of major trends in the development of Russia’s fertilizer industry, output of nitrogen, phosphate and potash fertilizers, exports by volumes and destinations, regional production, holding's structure, performance of independent producers. An insight into financial results of Russia’s fertilizer sector is also provided.
Russia's Fertilizer Industry in 2011
Published: January, 2012
Price: US$ 740,00
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