February 16, 2012 / 10:14 AM / 6 years ago

Jordan's Arab Potash 2011 profits soar 84 pct

AMMAN, Feb 16 (Reuters) - Jordan’s Arab Potash Company , one of the world’s largest producers and suppliers of potash, said on Thursday net profits in 2011 jumped 84 percent to 299 million dinars ($423 million), driven by robust prices due to higher fertiliser demand.

A copy of the firm’s shareholders’ report obtained by Reuters showed a 28.8 percent rise in net operating income to 720 million dinars in 2011 against 559 million dinars the previous year.

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