|Traded as||MCX: PHOR
|Key people||Sven Ombudstvedt,(Chairman)
Maxim Volkov, (CEO)
|Revenue||US$ 3.4 billion (2012)|
|Profit||US$ 677.2 million (2012)|
PhosAgro is a chemical Russian company producing fertilizer, phosphates and feed phosphates. The company is based in Moscow, Russia, and its subsidiaries include Apatit, a company based in the Murmansk Region and engaged in the extraction of apatite rock.
- Cherepovetsky Azot
- BMU (Balakovskyie Mineralnyie Udobrenia)
- "Midas Touch in St. Petersburg: Friends of Putin Glow Brightly". New York Times. p. 3. Retrieved June 07, 2012.
- "It All Boils Down to Plagiarism". Cdi.org. 2006-03-31. Retrieved 2010-03-02. Clifford Gaddy: "Mr. Litvinenko -- who was directly involved in the dissertation, allegedly helped [Putin] choose the topic and was more or less the advisor for the dissertation -- is himself a member of the higher accreditation commission, which is the government-appointed body to be the watchdog over standards about degree-granting, dissertations and quality control for higher education in Russia. So it’s extra scandalous that he would be involved in this case of, at minimum, shoddiness and plagiarism, possibly something worse, which would be the literal purchase, either by money or political influence, of a dissertation by someone who didn’t actually do the work. That second point is not clear. I don’t have proof about that. All I have is proof about the plagiarism."