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Update on the status of competition clearances required for the combination of Metso Minerals with Outotec

The Extraordinary General Meetings of shareholders of Metso Corporation (“Metso”) and Outotec Oyj (“Outotec”) approved on October 29, 2019, a combination agreement and a demerger plan pursuant to which Metso’s Minerals business shall transfer to Outotec (the “Combination”), creating a combined company to be named Metso Outotec Corporation. The completion of the Combination is subject to the receipt of all required regulatory and other approvals, including competition clearances.

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Itafos Provides Update on Itafos Arraias

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TORONTO, ON – March 17, 2020 – Itafos (TSX-V: IFOS) (the “Company”) provided today an update on Itafos Arraias and announced the completion of the Company’s plan to idle Itafos Arraias considering the continued downward pressure on global fertilizer prices. In addition, the Company announced that it completed third party reports on Itafos Arraias’ mine and beneficiation plant and secured important long-term income tax incentives for Itafos Arraias.

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Nutrien Expects Solid Demand for Spring Season and Announces Virtual Annual Meeting of Shareholders

SASKATOON, Saskatchewan–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Nutrien Ltd. (Nutrien) (NYSE, TSX: NTR) today announced that it continues to expect solid demand for crop inputs for the coming spring season and that its facilities continue to operate given its business is deemed an essential service by governments. Nutrien also announced that its annual meeting of shareholders will be held on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 5:30 p.m. (Eastern time). This year, to proactively deal with the public health impact of COVID-19, Nutrien will hold the meeting in a virtual only format via live online webcast.

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Власти Ливии и LiFeCo договорились о сотрудничестве / Libyan and LiFeCo authorities agree on cooperation

The Ministry of Agriculture of the Eastern Government of Libya has signed a cooperation agreement with Libyan Norwegian Fertiliser (liFeCo) designed to facilitate the delivery of carbamide to farmers at affordable prices. It also envisages the delivery of 50,000. tons of carbamide at a price of 550 Libyan dinars ($392) per tonne for distribution to farmers this year and next.

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