How SNCFT and Carthage are solving the phosphate transportation problem

Vehicles transport unprocessed phosphate at a phosphate mine in Mdhilla, Tunisia, February 9, 2019.
Vehicles transport unprocessed phosphate at a phosphate mine in Mdhilla, Tunisia, February 9, 2019. © Zoubeir Souissi/Reuters
After more than 10 years of stalemate, the phosphate transport issue may be about to be resolved. The SNCFT is hoping to resume rail renovation work, thereby making Tunisian ore more attractive to its regional rival, OCP. [...] (444 words)
Issue dated 24/01/2022 Reading time 2 minutes
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