- Potash CEO William Doyle says grain farmers need to harvest record crops every year to meet demand and avoid famine
- Potash execs are so confident in long term demand that they considered taking the company private in mid-January
- "We need a record crop in 2008 just to stay even with this very low inventory situation," Mr. Doyle said.
Friday, February 22, 2008
Potash CEO: Record Crops Needed to Avoid Famine
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