Program for the publication of Yara International ASA third quarter results 2013

Fri Sep 27, 2013 2:01am EDT

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Yara International ASA third quarter 2013 results will be released on Friday 18 October 2013.  The results will be available at www.yara.com and in the reception at Bygdøy allé 2, Oslo from 08:00 CEST.

The results will be presented at 09:30 CEST by President and CEO Jørgen Ole Haslestad and CFO Torgeir Kvidal. The presentation will take place in the Auditorium in Bygdøy allé 2 and will be webcast at www.yara.com. The presentation will be held in English.

There will also be a conference call at 14:00 CEST the same day with an opportunity to ask questions to Yara's CEO and CFO.

Norway dial-in number +47 21 56 31 20 - conference id: 936187
European dial-in number
+44 207 162 0077 - conference id: 936187
US dial-in number +1 334 323 6201 - conference id: 936187

Up to two weeks after the call, you may listen to the replay by calling:

+47 21 50 12 92, code 936187
+44 20 7031 4064, code 936187  or
+1 954 334 0342, code 936187.

If you wish to attend the presentation in Oslo, please register by e-mail to ir@yara.com by 17 October 2013.

If you wish to be deleted from our invitation/mailing lists or if you have a colleague who would like to be on our lists, please inform us via the same e-mail address.


Yours faithfully
for Yara International ASA


Thor Giæver
Head of Investor Relations
(sign.)

This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.





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