Thanks bigships for answering this clown. I didn't see your response, otherwise I would have cut my answer shorter. As you mentioned already, this company managed to navigate thru rough seas with less damage than others, at a very rough time. It's advancing according to their schedule and every day passed brings us closer to production. There is not even a close comparison between Brazil and Ethiopia from every point of view: need for the product, will of the government for fertilizer independence, posibilities for financing, infrastructure, political and geographical stability, the fact that Brazil is still growing at a rate unheard of in western countries (rivaled only by China), you name it.