Businessmen of Singapore purchased potassium chloride during trading on August 2 at the State Commodity and Raw Material Exchange of Turkmenistan, Trend reports citing Orient news.
Entrepreneurs from Singapore purchased 10,000 tons of fine-grained potassium chloride of the first grade on the exchange at a price of $544,5 per ton. The total amount of the transaction was $5.4 million.
According to the exchange, July 25, businessmen from Singapore also purchased urea grade B in the amount of $42.4 million.
The State Commodity and Raw Materials Exchange of Turkmenistan was established on July 29, 1994. It is the most important body of state regulation of export-import operations.