India says no ban on Iranian urea imports
- Iran: Saturday, February 23 - 2013 at 02:17
The Indian government has said it has not banned the import of urea from Iran and the country has imported 1.6 million tonnes (mt) of the crop nutrient from the Islamic Republic until February 15 this year, PTI has reported. In the 2010-11 financial year, urea imports from Iran touched 1.13 mt, the chemicals and fertilisers ministry said. Last year, the government said that it removed the restriction on urea imports from Iran and asked the State Trading Corp (STC) to modify the global tender, which restricts bids by the suppliers of Iranian origin. The restriction was imposed by STC in view of Iran's decision to ban urea exports and also due to default by three traders, who were to supply urea from Iran in a tender floated by Indian Potash Ltd in March this year.
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