URALCHEM HOLDING P.L.C. Reports Unaudited IFRS Financial Results for the First Half of 2012

Moscow, Russia – August 03, 2012 — (For Immediate Release)

– Revenue increased to US $1,261 million, compared to US $1,035 million in H1 2011
– Operating profit increased to US $410 million, compared with US $288 million in H1 2011
– Adjusted EBITDA grew to US $462 million, compared to US $337 million in H1 2011
– Net profit amounted to US $444 million, compared with US $266 million in H1 2011

URALCHEM HOLDING P.L.C. (hereinafter URALCHEM Holding or the Company), a Cypriot holding company of the URALCHEM Group (hereinafter the Group), one of the largest producers of nitrogen and phosphate fertilisers in Russia, announced its unaudited IFRS financial results for the six months ended 30 June 2012.

Dmitry Konyaev, CEO of URALCHEM, OJSC (part of the Group), commented on the results for the first half of 2012, “We achieved good financial results in the first half of this year compared to the same period in 2011. EBITDA increased by more than one-third, sales grew by 18% and reached 3 million tons. The good performance was driven by situation on the urea and ammonium nitrate markets, which was favourable for us, as well as acquisition of Minudobrenia OJSC and our own efforts aimed at improving the efficiency of enterprises, the modernization of production and our responsiveness to changing market needs.”

Financial Results

Revenue for the first half of 2012 grew to US $1,261 million, compared to US $1,035 million in the first half of 2011. Operating profit amounted to US $410 million, or 33% of the revenue, compared with the operating profit of US $288 million, or 28% of the revenue in the first half of 2011.

Net profit for the first half of 2012 amounted to US $444 million, compared to US $266 million in the first half of 2011.

During the first half of 2012, adjusted EBITDA reached US $462 million, compared to US $337 during the same period last year, a rise of 37%. Adjusted EBITDA margin for the first half of 2012 comprised 37% of revenue compared with 33% of revenue for the first half of 2011.


During the second quarter of 2012 prices of mineral fertilisers and semi-products showed significantly different dynamics. Ammonia prices began to recover due to high demand and limited supply. During the second quarter the price grew by $150/t and by the end of June it reached $600/t FOB at the Yuzhny port.

Prices for urea increased until mid-May and surpassed the peak figures of 2011. Since mid-May there was a significant decline in prices due to low activity of buyers. In late June – early July, the urea market began to show signs of recovery.

Prices for ammonium nitrate repeated the dynamics of the urea market and grew rapidly until mid-May. However, the second half of the quarter was characterized by falling prices for the product, which was also due to low purchasing activity.

The global market of phosphate fertilisers was in the process of recovery during the second quarter of 2012. Due to strong demand in Latin America, spot prices recovered, despite the launch of Chinese products on the market. Market participants are forecasting a stable outlook for the third quarter of the year.


In the first six months of 2012 the Group’s product sales grew by 18% compared to the same period in 2011 and totalled 3 million tons. Due to the acquisition of OJSC Minudobrenia, Perm, sales of urea and ammonia increased significantly, by 117% and 61% respectively.

Financial Situation

Cash generated from operating activities in the first half of 2012 amounted to US $342 million compared with US $194 million in the first half of 2011.

On 30 June 2012, the Company’s net debt amounted to US $991 million. Interest expenses in the first half of 2012 decreased by US $23 million or 36% compared to the same period last year.

For more information, please visit the Company web site http://www.uralchem.com or use the following contact information:

PR department
Tel: +7 (495) 721 89 89
E-Mail: pr@uralchem.com

URALCHEM HOLDING P.L.C. is a holding company of the URALCHEM Group, which includes four fertilizer manufacturing facilities in Russia. URALCHEM Group is one of the largest producers of nitrogen and phosphate fertilisers in Russia and the CIS with production capacities of over 2.5 million tons of ammonium nitrate, 2.8 million tons of ammonia, 0.8 million tons of MAP and DAP, 0.8 million tons of complex fertilisers and 1.2 million tons of urea per year. URALCHEM Group is the second largest ammonium nitrate producer in the world and number one in Russia, the second largest producer of nitrogen fertilisers in Russia. URALCHEM Group’s key production assets include Azot Branch of URALCHEM, OJSC in Berezniki, Perm Region; OJSC Minudobrenia, Perm; MFP Kirovo-Chepetsk Chemical Works, OJSC, Kirovo-Chepetsk, Kirov region; Voskresensk Mineral Fertilisers, OJSC in Voskresensk, Moscow region.

Rabbit Hole Hay Offers Educational Information on Rabbit Care, With Focus on Online Hay Sales

Rabbit Hole Hay specializes in selling alfalfa hay and timothy hay for rabbits and other small animals. The company also acts as an educational resource, providing information about having a house rabbit for a pet, rabbit care, and what rabbits eat. Customers can expect an easy online ordering process and quality, organized information, eliminating any unneeded trips to the pet store.

Chico, CA, August 02, 2012 (Straight Line PR) — Rabbit Hole Hay is a new online company that offers informational resources forRabbit Hole Hay Offers Educational Information on Rabbit Care – Specializes in Online Hay Sales anyone searching online for information about adopting a house rabbit for a pet, rabbit care, and what rabbits eat. Rabbit Hole Hay also sells farm fresh alfalfa hay and timothy hay online, that is delivered straight to the customer’s door.

“Our goal is to be a kind of one stop shop for customers so they can take care of their house rabbit or other small pets without even leaving home,” said Chief Executive Officer Michael K. Redman. “We do this by providing access to useful information about rabbit care and the opportunity to purchase farm fresh alfalfa hay and timothy hay for rabbits and other small animals.”

Educational information about rabbit care, including adopting a house rabbit for a pet and tips about what rabbits eat, can be found instantly in one place by visiting the company’s web site at http://www.RabbitHoleHay.com . Rabbit Hole Hay understands the significance of adopting a house rabbit for a pet and provides six key questions to ask before committing to having a rabbit for a pet. Important information about what rabbits eat, such as the alfalfa hay and timothy hay offered by Rabbit Hole Hay, can also be found at http://www.RabbitHoleHay.com/rabbit-care/

“Adopting a house rabbit is a big deal,” Redman admits. “Along with living with a house rabbit and providing the proper space for a house rabbit, the most important thing to consider is what rabbits eat. We can help with that!”

Rabbit Hole Hay sells the best kind of food for rabbits. ( http://www.RabbitHoleHay.com/rabbit-facts/ ) The company offers quality, farm fresh alfalfa hay and timothy hay for rabbits and other small animals. The alfalfa hay and timothy hay both provide a good source of nutrients and can be ordered online and delivered straight to the customer’s door. With an easy online ordering process for quality alfalfa hay and timothy hay, and the option to learn more about having a house rabbit for a pet, customers can eliminate a trip to the pet store altogether. ( http://www.rabbitholehay.com/products/ )

Visit Rabbit Hole Hay to find information about adopting a house rabbit for a pet. Contact Rabbit Hole Hay at http://www.rabbitholehay.com/contact-us/ to place an order for farm fresh hay for rabbits and other small animals.

About RabbitHoleHay.com
Rabbit Hole Hay is located in Chico, CA and specializes in selling quality, farm fresh hay for rabbits and other small animals online to provide an affordable, nutritious option for small pet owners. Located in one of the best hay regions in the world, RabbitHoleHay.com has access to local hay farmers who produce alfalfa hay and timothy hay in the mountain valleys of Northern California and Oregon. Contact the company at RabbitHoleHay@gmail.com, or visit their web site at http://www.RabbitHoleHay.com

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Sublime Galleria Presents ‘By the Lombok Moonlight’

Bangalore’s first exhibition of art inspired by jewellery.

Bangalore, India, Friday – August 03rd, 2012 — Sublime Galleria ( http://www.sublimegalleria.com ) has set several precedents since its inception and now India’s only sky gallery is all set to present for the first time ever in Bangalore, an art exhibition which is a fusion of Jewellery and Fine Arts. On the occasion of ‘Art Bengaluru 2012’, Sublime Galleria brings together two great artists, with different mediums and art-forms – Pallavi Foley and Vijit Pillai to present ‘By the Lombok Moonlight’ – art inspired by jewellery.

Hailed as one of India’s best designers currently, Sublime Galleria is proud to present award-winning jewellery designer, Pallavi Foley’s newest collection of wearable art, called ‘By the Lombok Moonlight’.

And to complement her unique award-winning designs is acclaimed artist, Vijit Pillai who has worked in conjunction with Pallavi and taken inspiration from her designs and the ideas behind them to come up with artworks that are avant-garde in form and colour.

Pallavi Foley’s award-winning 3-Space Necklace. Vijit Pillai’s vision of the 3-Space Necklace

Ms. Uzma Irfan – Founder of Sublime Galleria said, “We, at Sublime, aim to introduce varied and unexplored mediums of art with each new exhibition. With this show, it gives me great pleasure to present two such talented and diverse artists who have worked in unison to seamlessly blend the art-forms of jewellery and fine arts and present both from a brand new perspective. This exhibition is a part of Art Bengaluru 2012 and we would like to invite participation from everyone to make this unique art festival a true success.”

“Travel has been my greatest source of inspiration, and this collection is inspired by the historical jewellery and traditions of the South-East Asian archipelago, where each motif and texture is rooted in reason. When I visualized this collection, it evoked a feeling of romance which I have expressed through the jewels, using pearls as the expression of moonlight, with motifs and textures which find their origins in history… I call it ‘By the Lombok Moonlight’.” added Ms. Pallavi Foley – renowned jewellery designer.

Acclaimed artist, Vijit Pillai commented on the collection, “My artworks have been inspired by Pallavi’s exquisite jewellery and I have used textures, patterns and colours to create abstract forms that complement her designs. I have also used Buddha and Ganesha figures as backdrops in a few of the artworks to add a slight twist to the creations. To bring all these elements together and yet retain the original concept has been challenging, but enjoyable. My art is unpredictable, with inconclusive endings leaving a lot to the viewer’s imagination – which is what makes it interactive and hopefully exciting! ”

The exhibition will be on at the Sublime Galleria ( http://www.sublimegalleria.com ) in UB City during Art Bengaluru 2012 from 10-24 August from 11am to 8pm.

About the exhibition:
The stylization of both the artists – Pallavi Foley & Vijit Pillai is modern and contemporary. The jewellery art pieces do take inspiration from historical jewellery pieces, yet are a modern and avant-garde version of the same. The digital art is a unique abstraction, where jewellery becomes the protagonist and each form, a new artistic expression.

Pallavi’s focus areas are the textures of the palm leaf and its abstractions, the simplistic hornbills, the leafy forms and sculptural tones with three-dimensional folds and curves, modern and layered.

About Sublime Galleria:
The Sublime Galleria, India’s first Sky Gallery, founded by Ms. Uzma Irfan – Director, Corporate Communications, Prestige Group in 2009 is dedicated to the support and promotion of fine arts and performing arts. To this end, it regularly organizes exclusive art pageants featuring the work of upcoming artists. These shows and exhibitions are well attended by art connoisseurs and buyers from across the globe and offer budding artists a much needed platform to showcase their talent.

Located in UB City, which is today the city’s hotspot for Fashion, Luxury and Fine Art, Sublime Galleria provides the perfect setting for the city’s art aficionados to indulge their passion.

Strongly believing in the need to support young and upcoming artists, Uzma Irfan founded Sublime Galleria to help provide a platform for them to exhibit their work. Uzma believes that fine art is an integral part of our rich culture and we should strive to keep these art forms vibrant and accessible to society.

Sublime Galleria has promoted the works of several artists across categories. Some examples of the mélange of work exhibited at Sublime in the past include ‘Genesis’ by Simran KS Lamba – a unique presentation of mixed media artwork in coal tar, and more recently, ‘Crossroads’ – a unique celebration of Fine Art by four leading artists – G Subramanian, Gurudas Shenoy, Jasu Rawal and Milind Nayak.

Sublime Galleria has earlier showcased the works of Aamina Shazi, Amit Sharma, Anoop H, Ashish Parmar, CPB Prasad, Devanshi (Tina), Farah Ahmed, Kalabhakesari, Manoj Masand, Pallon Daruwala, Pragya Jain, Priyanka Gupta Agarwal, Rupesh Patrick, Shukla Chowdhury, Simran KS Lamba, Soraya Taher Merchant, Srividya and Tala Afsin.

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Vietnam’s Golden Central Coast Attracts High-End MICE Travelers

Vietnam is an emerging destination for the MICE sector, as Luxury Travel (www.luxurytravelvietnam.com) targets MICE groups.

Hanoi, Vietnam, August 3, 2012 — Vietnam is an emerging destination for the MICE sector, as Luxury Travel targets MICE groups.

Vietnam is recognized as a good destination for MICE. The tourism industry, especially luxury hotels and airlines, have had success in promoting Vietnam’s new MICE venues.

“Vietnam is for everyone and all sizes of MICE events can be held in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Central Vietnam (Hue, Danang, Hoi An). The international standard hotel in Central Vietnam has modern conference facilities, resort and meeting rooms and a variety of attractions suiting all tastes. This can include trips for nature and culture lovers, golfers, health and spa enthusiasts, and aficionados of fine cuisine. Further, the Central Coast of Vietnam has more varied products to offer the MICE market than Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi,” said Pham Ha, founder and CEO of Luxury Travel Ltd.

The central coast is growing in stature as one the hottest tourist spots in Southeast Asia with a variety of attractions. With a string of top-class resorts and golf courses opening, the region has been steadily growing in stature as one of the hottest tourist spots in the country and Southeast Asia but the arrival of a new international standard airport with links to multiple cities in China, Singapore and routes to Bangkok and Hong Kong set to open soon will help put Danang on the global map.

“We need to promote Vietnam as a preferred destination for both domestic and international MICE travels. We will foster closer and more effective partnerships between the private and government sectors. This will help build Vietnam’s ability to compete internationally in the long term,” explained Ha.

Luxury Travel opened its Danang office to tap tourism boom in Central Coast of Vietnam. MICE planners can go to http://www.luxurytravelvietnam.com for inspiration and options for successful meeting incentive conference and exhibition trips.

Media Contact:
Linh Doan
Luxury Travel Ltd
05 Nguyen Truong To Str.,
Ba Dinh Dist, Hanoi 84444

AAA reviews Gold, Silver and Bronze as Investments

AAA thinks that the Olympics is the perfect time to review the performance of the medal metals, gold, silver and bronze, in terms of their recent performance as alternative investments.

Boston, MA, August 03, 2012 – Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA) thinks that the Olympics is the perfect time to review the performance of the medal metals, gold, silver and bronze, in terms of their recent performance as alternative investments.

Since the last Olympic Games in Beijing, the price of both gold and silver have soared as an increasing number of investors and central banks bought up the precious metals as a buffer against the uncertain economic climate. “Investing in stocks and shares looked decreasingly attractive to many in the past four years and one of the obvious alternatives is precious metals,” explained Anthony Johnson, AAA’s analysis partner.

Illustrating this perfectly is the S&P GSCI Gold Spot Index, which increased by a huge 87.64 per cent between the Beijing Olympics and the London Olympics. In the meantime, Silver grew by 78.74 per cent over the same period. However, lagging a long way behind in third place is copper (from which bronze is made), growing by just 1.56 per cent according to the S&P GSCI Copper Spot for the period.

AAA claims that the reason behind gold’s popularity was the physical nature of gold. “Everyone wants something tangible in exchange for their cash when times are tough and the economy is uncertain,” claimed Mr Johnson.

However, this is not to say that there hasn’t been a fair amount of volatility in the gold and silver markets over the period in question. AAA said that there are several other tangible options that are less volatile and offer risk-averse choices – such as forestry investment.

Investing in timberland in the form of sustainable plantations can provide a great mid-to long-term option for investors who want to diversify their portfolios. In addition, investing in trees through firms like Greenwood Management in Brazil, means that investors only need as little as $10,000 to buy their own slice of timberland.

Anthony Johnson
Alternative Asset Analysis
71 Commercial St
Boston, MA 02109-1320

Bill Ringle Interviews Jump Associates CEO Dev Patnaik on My Quest for Best

Bill Ringle, America’s Business Growth Strategist, talked with Dev Patnaik, author of Wired to Care and CEO of Jump Associates, for the interview show My Quest for the Best about strategy, innovation, and the learner’s mindset.

Philadelphia, PA, August 03, 2012 – Business growth strategist Bill Ringle interviewed Dev Patnaik, author of Wired to Care and CEO of Jump Associates, for My Quest for the Best. In this interview series, Ringle speaks with successful industry experts and outstanding business leaders about their strategies for reaching and influencing significant target audiences, innovative business leadership, breakthrough moments in their career, and the important business and life lessons they’ve gained along the way.

Patnaik is the CEO and Managing Associate of Jump Associates, a hybrid strategy firm that’s built to tackle the kinds of persistent, highly ambiguous questions that keep great leaders up at night. He is a trusted advisor to senior executives at some of world’s most admired companies, including General Electric, Procter & Gamble, Target, and Hewlett-Packard.

When he’s not at Jump, Patnaik serves as an adjunct professor at Stanford University, where he teaches innovation methods to design and business school students. He is the author of Wired to Care, a critically acclaimed book about the connection between empathy and business growth. His articles on innovation and strategy appear in leading publications, and he is a frequent speaker at marketing, design and innovation forums.

Patnaik’s My Quest for the Best interview was an insightful discussion of strategy, innovation, and the critical importance of a learner’s mindset. He talked about what good customer service looks like, and why Target refers to its customers as “guests.” Patnaik also shared the story of how his first job unlocked new ways of thinking about design that have served him will throughout his career.

“After a short conversation with Dev, I recognized his keen enthusiasm for solving complex business problems. Dev and his team act as trusted guides through tricky territories for large companies and he brings to that role years of dedicated field work and methods refinement that help uncover insights and hidden patterns,” says Bill Ringle. “Please encourage your team to listen in to this interview so you can discuss whether your approach to problem solving has stalled because it lacks the hybrid elements that Dev and his team at Jump Associates espouse.”

Bill Ringle, America’s Business Growth Strategist, is founder of the Rapid Rise Business Growth SystemTM, the proven step-by-step system that shows you exactly how to connect and do business with your ideal customers in record time. He works with high performing entrepreneurs and CEOs who want to overcome the five big challenges to business growth so that they can run profitable and rewarding business rather than become stuck and overwhelmed in unfulfilling and draining roles. He has worked on four continents, is the author of four business books, and inspires and educates thousands of business leaders each year through his speaking, coaching, interactive programs, and products.

To listen to Bill Ringle’s interview with Dev Patnaik, visit www.BillRingle.com/MQ4B-interview-Dev-Patnaik. To learn more about Dev Patnaik, visit his website, www.JumpAssociates.com

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Springfield, PA 19064

AAA Welcomes New Support for Canadian Impact Investing

AAA, an alternative investment advocacy and research group, has lent its support to the TMX Group in Canada, which has announced a commitment to contributing to the development of the impact investing market in the country.

Boston, MA, USA, August 3, 2012 — Alternative Asset Analysis (AAA), an alternative investment advocacy and research group, has lent its support to the TMX Group in Canada, which has announced a commitment to contributing to the development of the impact investing market in the country.

TMX Group is officially supporting MaRS Centre for Impact Investing (‘the Centre’), which has been created to try to promote and initiate impact investing programs. The programs that will be launched by the Centre are all about mobilizing cash to help fund projects that are beneficial on either a social or environmental level.

The existing impact investment market in Canada is worth an estimated CA$2 billion and is expected to increase to CA$30 billion within the coming ten years as more and more investors look for ways to ensure their money goes towards ethical and responsible causes. The MaRS project will work by finding ways to match investment with projects that could help social or economic causes, but that could also generate returns for the investors.

AAA’s analysis partner, Anthony Johnson, said, “Many people may presume that impact investors see little return on their investment. However, more and more ethical investment projects are generating healthy returns due to the fact that there are an enormous number of opportunities to help people in developing countries to make money by starting their own enterprises.”

The TMX Group’s Vice president, Ronald Alepia, said, “TMX Group is pleased to support corporate social innovation in partnership with the MaRS Centre for Impact Investing.”

“The MaRS Centre for Impact Investing is the right institution with which to develop this transformative new opportunity for Canada. We’ve been active with the Centre from its inception and look forward to a long and productive partnership,” he added.

AAA supports ethical investments of all kinds, including investment in sustainable forestry plantation projects, such as those run in Brazil by firms like Greenwood Management.

About Alternative Asset Analysis:
The remit of Alternative Asset Analysis is to analyse and provide news on the global performance of a wide range of alternative asset classes including, but not restricted to, commodities, real estate, forestry, foreign exchange, hedge funds, private equity and venture capital.

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Anthony Johnson
Alternative Asset Analysis
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NanoMarkets Announces Release of Latest Report on Emerging Market for Printed Organic Logic and Memory

NanoMarkets announces the release of its latest report on the emerging organic/printed logic and memory market, titled “Markets for OTFTs, OFETs and Organic Memory – 2012.”

Glen Allen, Virginia – August 3, 2012 — Industry analyst firm NanoMarkets announces the release of its latest report on the emerging organic/printed logic and memory market, titled “Markets for OTFTs, OFETs and Organic Memory – 2012.” The report analyzes the opportunities for materials, component, and device makers in the OTFT/OFET and organic nonvolatile memory (ONVM) value chain over the next eight years. NanoMarkets estimates that the total market value of OTFT/OFET and ONVM components will grow to nearly $1B (US) in revenues by 2018. Over the same time period, the value of the market for printed electronics devices enabled by these OTFT/OFET and ONVM components will reach $4.6B.

Additional details of the report are available at: http://www.nanomarkets.net/market_reports/report/otfts_ofets_and_organic_memory_markets_2012

About the Report:

This latest NanoMarkets report provides an analysis and forecast of the OTFT/OFET and ONVM market over the next eight years. Applications covered include smart packaging, brand protection, security, smartcards, distribution tagging and RFID, interactive media, disposable electronics, and (flexible) display backplanes. The report examines some of the latest market strategies, products and technical developments in materials, and it identifies how performance and manufacturing improvements are finally improving the prospects for printed/organic electronics.

As in all NanoMarkets reports, this report contains granular eight-year forecasts of OTFT/OFET and ONVM shipments in both unit and value terms, with breakouts by material type (small molecule vs. polymer) deposition technology (vapor vs. solution processing), and by panel type (rigid vs. flexible). Material categories discussed include organic and/or polymeric semiconductors, ferroelectric materials, dielectrics, and electrodes.

Key players mentioned in the report include Acreo, BASF, Bemis, Fujifilm Dimatix, Hewlett Packard, Heraeus, Holst Centre, InkTec, JAPERA, LG, Merck/EMD, OE-A, Optomec, PARC, PEA, Polyera, PolyIC, Qolpac, Samsung, Solvay, Sony, Thin Film Electronics, Toppan Printing, and others.

From the Report:

A decade ago, OTFTs/OFETs and ONVMs were once darlings of the advanced materials sector, but the early hype largely dissipated as their huge potential was in stark contrast to their disappointing reality. Materials performance was low and manufacturing proved more difficult, and more costly, than originally expected. But today there are signs that things may be turning around. There is renewed interest and commercialization activity in this sector, and NanoMarkets believes that the industry is poised to take off in the 2014-2015 timeframe, built upon better materials and processes, meaningful collaboration between players, and the launch of new products that will add credibility to the whole sector.

But NanoMarkets cautions that commercial success will only happen if suppliers can help to close the remaining technology – and cost – gaps that could hold back the realization of low-cost/high volume fabrication. Players in this industry can thus carve out competitive advantages in the following areas: improved material performance, especially with respect to mobility, because while improvements have been made, still more are needed; development of reliable and easy-to-use inks and coatings, as well as the optimization of suitable printing or solution patterning methods for them; and establishment of a well-integrated manufacturing and supply chain that brings all of the elements together to provide sellable products to end-users.

About NanoMarkets:

NanoMarkets tracks and analyzes emerging market opportunities in electronics, solid-state lighting, energy, and other markets created by developments in advanced materials. The firm is a recognized leader in industry analysis and forecasts of this kind and has been covering the advanced materials sector for nearly a decade.

Visit http://www.nanomarkets.net for a full listing of NanoMarkets’ reports and other services.

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