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Stonegate 'quietly confident' on phosphate pricing

By: Matthew Hill Stonegate Agricom, hoping to build a phosphate mine in south-western Idaho, said that food prices should stay strong despite economic growth fears, which would sustain prices for the fertiliser ingredient. “We’re quietly confident that food prices are going to remain stable. There will be some... 

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Company Announcement: Philippine president visits ICTSI Syrian unit.

Attached please find a press release on: Philippine president visits ICTSI Syrian unit. President Gloria Macapagal - Arroyo visited yesterday the Tartous International Container Terminal (TICT) in Tartous, Syria, making her the first Philippine President to visit the Port of Tartous.  

Daily podcast - April 25, 2008

By: Keith Campbell In today's podcast: South Africa could still attain its target of 6% growth from 2010 despite the serious power emergency, South Africa could be dogged by blackouts for at least another 10 years, and platinum slips back into a deficit of over 200 000 oz after global mine output declined. 

Gold sector set for tough negotiations this season

By: Keith Campbell The figures are grim. The South African gold-mining sector shed some 15 000 jobs last year and thousands more are likely to go in the coming weeks and months. 

Wage Showdown

By: Keith Campbell Gold sector set for tough negotiation season 

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