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Brazil - Araucaria Fertilizer Project (anglais)

The project consists of the construction of an ammonia plant at Araucaria, Parana, with a manufacturing capacity of about 1,200 metric tons per day, including an air separation plant and facilities to store about 5,000 metric tons of ammonia; an adjacent plant to manufacture urea, with a capacity of about 1,500 metric tons per day, including facilities to store about 30,000 metric tons of bulk and bagged urea; a sulfur recovery unit with a capacity of about 58 metric tons per day; and related ancillary facilities. The project also includes construction and equipment of the necessary laboratories, offices and maintenance shops.

Information

  • Date du document

    1976/04/30

  • Type de document

    Mémorandum et recommandation du Président

  • Numéro du rapport

    P1825

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Brésil,

  • Région

    Amérique latine et Caraïbes,

  • Date de publication

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Brazil - Araucaria Fertilizer Project

  • Mots clé

    Debt Service Coverage Ratio;exemption from import duty;impact on income distribution;water supply and sewerage;Small and Medium Industries;rate of growth;integrated rural development;fertilizer consumption;current account deficit;per capita income;barrels per day;balance of payment;external public debt;area under cultivation;cost of import;public debt service;debt service ratio;economies of scale;fuel oil costs;import duty rate;heavy fuel oil;price of imports;price of feedstock;level of consumption;foreign exchange risk;real interest rate;average customs duty;price and quality;average production cost;equipment and supply;Agriculture and Finance;imports of fertilizer;price of fertilizer;agricultural research effort;foreign oil company;terms of trade;payment on debt;price of crude;world capital market;Exchange rate policies;public external debt;impact on price;public investment program;exchange rate policy;increased agricultural productivity;supply of credit;scarcity of fertilizer;amount of fund;water and sewerage;external debt service;total external debt;real minimum wage;net foreign exchange;import of goods;total debt service;export growth rate;debt service burden;debt service obligation;electric power transmission;social security fund;interest during construction;electric power sector;fixed interest rate;average interest rate;agricultural production;small farmer;fertilizer price;fertilizer use;financial credit;ammonia plant;domestic fertilizer;nitrogen fertilizer;private lender;fertilizer plant;raw material;nitrogen production;world economic;fertilizer industry;agricultural output;local production;domestic production;international shopping;production capacity;fertilizer supply;petroleum fraction;urea plant;agricultural sector;import substitution;service contract;local procurement;capacity utilization;marketing system;market area;domestic demand;marketing study;hydrocarbon resource;financing plan;Price Subsidies;monetary correction;fiscal resource;domestic inflation;urban agricultural policy;social program;wage policy;construction period;grace period;fertilizer market;world economy;dividend payment;debt-equity ratio;industrial sector;fertilizer producer;Financing plans;fertilizer import;guarantee fee;quota system;long-term capital;price escalation;institutional investor;cultivated area;balanced budget;long-term contract;engineering company;proven technology;low-income housing;public corporation;environmental consideration;adequate training;financial problem;majority ownership;income scale;long-term debt;rural extension;small-scale farmer;agriculture research;net worth;Financing programmes;import growth;Economic Management;income growth;steam generation;dollar value;import demand;project debt;dividend rate;residual output;brazilian enterprise;financial situation;short maturity;financial forecast;financial rate;present cost;foreign company;fuel application;paid worker;legal monopoly;civil works;tax change;investment expenditure;Land tenure;tax system;absolute poverty;working capital;nutrition program;Preferred Shares;distribution problem;marketing organization;nitrogen supply;cash generation;internal fund;wage scale;consumption increase;steel industry;loan amounting;petroleum consumption;private loan;Exchange Rates;dollar term;exchange reserve;unequal distribution;principal repayment;private placement;public saving;financial resource;lending strategy;petroleum price;export capacity;institutional improvement;internal market;low-income group;labor absorption;manufacturing production;iron ore;employment opportunity;productivity agricultural;Rural Poor;responsible efforts;industrial activity;efficient production;imported materials;production facility;Natural Resources;output decline;transportation sector;rational selection;railway operation;employment creation;industrial growth;industrial expansion;consumer durable;capital good;traditional consumer;food product;industrial production;increasing share;domestic requirement

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