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Ammonia, Sulphur, Phosphate And Potash

Volume 987: debated on Friday 27 June 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Trade what has been the percentage rise in landed costs for the following so far in the current year (a) ammonia, (b) sulphur, (c) phosphate and (d) potash.

[pursuant to his reply, 16 June 1980, c. 372]: Details of imports of (a) ammonia and of (b) crude and other kinds of sulphur are not available for publication for reasons of commercial confidentiality. The tonnage and cif value of imports of (c) natural calcium phosphates, natural aluminium phosphates, apatite and phosphate chalk and of (d) potassic mineral or chemical fertilisers are given against SITC (rev 2) sub-groups 271·3 and 562·3, respectively, in table III of the monthly issues of the Overseas Trade Statistics of the United Kingdom. Copies of this publication are in the Library.