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07 Oct 2010 by Metal-Pages
Titanium 2010: Global titanium sponge supply growing - Roskill

ORLANDO (Metal-Pages) 07-Oct-10. Global supply of titanium could increase by more than 20% in 2010 to about 150,000 tonnes, up from 120,000 tonnes produced worldwide last year, Philip Dewhurst of Roskill Information Services told delegates at the International Titanium Association's 2010 conference in Orlando. Last year's output, which was down a third on the preceding year, broke a cycle of growth, which ...

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