Global urea short-term market drivers

Author Argus

Listen in as Gavin Chong, VP, Asia, Business Development for Fertilizers and Carl Roache, Senior Editor, Fertilizers, discuss recent price and demand trends in the market, while also highlighting key factors for the third quarter.

Key topics that will be discussed include:

  • Review of 2nd quarter – demand and price trends
  • Demand outlook for 3rd quarter – focus on key markets
  • Assessing production costs and the role of Chinese exports in short-term price development

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Access a concise set of charts and tables on global urea short-term market drivers, covering:

  • Global production cost overview
  • China’s production costs by capacity
  • US spring planting
  • US farm profitability

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