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|24 September, 2018

Morocco’s OCP and China’s Hubei Forbon team up to develop fertilisers

The OCP group, 95% owned by the Moroccan state, opened an office in Beijin in July 2016

A farmer casts urea fertilizer in a rice plantation on the expropriated and now redistributed farm of El Charcote in the central state of Cojedes October 14, 2010.

A farmer casts urea fertilizer in a rice plantation on the expropriated and now redistributed farm of El Charcote in the central state of Cojedes October 14, 2010.

REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins

RABAT- The world’s largest phosphate exporter, Morocco’s Office Cherifien des Phosphate (OCP) said on Monday it has signed an agreement with China’s fertiliser additives supplier Hubei Forbon to develop a new generation of eco-friendly fertilisers.

Under the partnership, the two companies will work together to develop a new generation of high added-value fertilizers such as biostimulants, sulfur fertilizers, fertilizers with micronutrients and water-soluble fertilizers, the OCP said in a statement.

The OCP group, 95-percent owned by the Moroccan state, opened an office in Beijin in July 2016 to boost access to Asian markets.

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(Reporting by Ahmed Eljechtimi; editing by Emelia Sithole-Matarise) ((ahmed.eljechtimi@thomsonreuters.com;))