Nouakchott pays US$20 million for Toguna and Ameropa to supply fertiliser
Mali’s Toguna teamed up with the Swiss giant to supply the Mauritanian government as tensions persist in the global fertiliser market.
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▪ Nouakchott pays US$20 million for Toguna and Ameropa to supply fertiliser
▪ Mali’s Toguna teamed up with the Swiss giant to supply the Mauritanian government as tensions persist in the global fertiliser market.
Toguna Agro-Industries, which has annual revenues of $178.42 million, and AMS Ameropa Marketing and Sales AG, which has sales of $6.42 billion in 2020, won a $20.68 million contract to supply agricultural inputs to the Mauritanian Food Security Commission (CSA).
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