PhosAgro affirmed the 2013-dividends in the volume of 2.499bn rub. (19.3 rub./common stock or 6.4 rub./GDR), the company informed.
These dividends were approved in addition to the dividends for 2013 paid up earlier at 2.001bn rub.
KPMG was affirmed as an auditor of the consolidated accounting under IAS.
PhosAgro (TIN 7736216869) is a vertically-integrated company and one of the leading world-known producers of phosphorous-containing fertilizers and apatite concentrate. The Group includes Apatit, PhosAgro-Cherepovets (formed within Ammofos/Cherepovetsky Azot merger), Agro-Cherepovets, Balaklavskie Mineral Fertilizers, PhosAgro-Trans, PhosAgro-Region and NIUIF.
The apatite-nepheline ore reserves of the fields are appraised to gain 2.1bn ton. The ore base covers considerable reserves of aluminum oxide and above 41% of all rare-earth elements in Russia.
The 9-month 2013 net profit (IAS) moved down 52% to 9.094bn rub. from 19.120bn rub.; revenues added 3% to come to 81.276bn rub. from 79.237bn rub.; EBITDA dropped 27% to 19.897bn rub. from 27.194bn rub.; EBITDA - 27% to 19.897bn rub. from 27.194bn rub.; EBITDA margin coming to 24% from 34%.
The 2013-net profit 7.3 fold down (RAS) to 922mln rub. from 6.747bn rub.; revenues rallied 44% down to 4.431bn rub. from 7.961bn rub.; gross profit - 3.874bn rub. from 7.442bn rub.