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Potash Corp. mill general superintendent Trevor Berg holds a handful of chicklet potash at a potash holding centre at the Cory mine facilities near Saskatoon, August 19, 2010.

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Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc., the world's largest fertilizer producer by market value, is considering increasing its potash production capacity next year, Chief Financial Officer Wayne Brownlee said.

The company has "a belief that there's probably a little bit of growth room in the offshore market in 2015," Brownlee said today in an investor presentation in New York. "Given some of the supply constraints we've seen in some of our competitors, there may be room for us to have increased volume."

Potash Corp. is in the process of recalling some workers to its potash mines, he said.

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