A 30,000 tones per annum urea phosphate plant was opened on Saturday in Dubai's Jebel Ali free trade zone, the Emirati-Finnish joint venture announced.
The Kemira Emirates Fertiliser Company (Kefco) said it was the "world's largest" urea phosphate plant.
Construction started in May 2000 and was completed at the end of January. The plant was built at a price of 70 million dirhams ($19 million ), said the Emirati news agency WAM.—AFP.
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