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Thursday, 3 November 2022

Indonesian agrochem company comes to Dubai + A regional sustainability push

Indonesia expands trade in Dubai: Indonesia’s state-owned agrochemicals company PT Pupuk Indonesia will open an office in Dubai to expand trading cooperation in ammonia with UAE firms, according to a company statement picked up by Zawya. The country is angling to become a green hydrogen and ammonia producer, and to bolster food security through providing raw materials needed for the agriculture sector, according to the statement.

ALSO- Morocco-based Bank of Africa Group (BOA) signed two agreements with the Moroccan Agency for Energy Efficiency and the Renewable Energy Cluster to finance projects aiming to accelerate decarbonization efforts, Morocco World News reports.

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