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Incitec Pivot response
Incitec Pivot Limited (IPL) operates four fertiliser plants in Australia...Phosphate from Western Sahara has been a matter under active consideration by IPL for several years. The matter has been discussed at Annual General Meetings over the past decade and raised in IPL Sustainability Reports including the 2013 Report...IPL representatives meet periodically with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade...IPL representatives have met regularly with the AWSA, most recently in June. We have also met with a Polasario representative in Australia and a representative of the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (most recently in May this year)...PL representatives are in contact with OCP and have met with diplomatic representatives of the Kingdom of Morocco...IPL has regard to both Australian law and International law and remains satisfied it is not in breach of Australian law nor International law. The Australian Government has not prohibited the importation of phosphate rock from the Non Self Governing Territory of Western Sahara...
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