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Potash Corp. Sees Steady 2015 Demand
Thu Oct 23, 2014 03:30 PM CDT

(Dow Jones) -- Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. expects global demand for potash fertilizer to hold steady with this year's level, despite sliding crop prices that are expected to crimp farmers' incomes, executives said Thursday.

Growing demand in Asian countries such as China and India will offset flat to lower sales in North and South America and Europe, helping insulate the fertilizer industry from declining agricultural commodity markets, said Potash Corp. Chief Executive Jochen Tilk.

Prospects for companies selling fertilizer, pesticides and seeds have come into question in recent months after mild temperatures and plentiful rain helped raise what are ...

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