"Belaruskali" has been dismissed?
13:12, — Politics
The proportion of "BRIC" in exports through "Soyuzkali" will be 50.85%.
This was told reporters by the Prime Minister of Belarus Mikhail Myasinkovich on a briefing on Friday in Minsk, wrote, "Interfax".
"The Russian side agreed that the shares will be: 49.15% to 50.85% (of "Belaruskali" and "BRIC" - IF)", - said M. Myasnikovich.
According to him, "on Monday, the chairman of the Supervisory Board of "BRIC" will arrive in Minsk and these approaches will be considered."
In addition, the Prime Minister announced that the parties have reached a principal agreement in respect to determining the price formula of potassium chloride, which, ultimately, will be determined for "BRIC" and "Belaruskali".
Myasnikovich said that the formula of the final price for the suppliers will include travel costs on both sides.
In particular, in determining the share of the export of potassium chloride through "Soyuzkaly" and the determination of the final price, "we will take into account the supplies of "BRIC" by rail to China," - said the prime minister. He also added that all the transportation costs of the parties will be taken into account "in one pot, the formula averages the price".
The Prime Minister said that earlier the pricing formula took into account only deliveries through marine ports.
As an example of the different transportation costs of the parties, Myasnikovich said: "bringing the product to Kalipeda costs to us $ 29 per ton, they ("Uralkali"- IF) supply potassium chloride from Perm to St. Petersburg for $ 33 per ton."
According to him, during the negotiation of shares of the parties in the joint exports of potassium chloride and determination the final price formula, "we count every penny, but there is no antagonism".
The Prime Minister recalled that earlier, at a meeting of the Council of Ministers of Belarus, the parties agreed on coordination of positions of joint exports of potassium chloride through new trader, generated on the base of Belaruskali - "Soyuzkali".
Earlier, Aliaksandar Lukashenka and Mikhail Myasnikovich insisted on creation of "Soyuzkali" on an equal footing.
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