OCP Africa mobilises 550,000 tonnes of fertiliser for the continent
The African subsidiary of the Moroccan giant headed by Mostapha Terrab launched an emergency programme in response to the fertiliser shortage affecting West Africa in particular.
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▪ OCP Africa mobilises 550,000 tonnes of fertiliser for the continent
▪ The African subsidiary of the Moroccan giant headed by Mostapha Terrab launched an emergency programme in response to the fertiliser shortage affecting West Africa in particular.
OCP Africa plans to make 550,000 tonnes of phosphate fertiliser available to some 20 African countries: 180,000 tonnes in donations and 370,000 tonnes sold at reduced prices, Africa Business+ has learned.
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