Brazil continues to receive Russian fertilizer, despite the war

Russia is one of the largest global suppliers of fertilizers. The economic sanctions that the West imposed on Russia after its military operation in Ukraine in February do not prohibit the importation of Russian fertilizer. Still, the conflict brings headaches to the segment on at least two fronts: payments and logistics.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Even after nearly 50 days of the war in Ukraine, which has affected fertilizer exports from Russia, fertilizer shipments to Brazil continue. A StoneX survey shows that as of April 4, there were 600,000 tons of Russian fertilizer . . .

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