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16 Feb 2017 by Metal-Pages
China minor metals: Low concentrate supply lifts prices

BEIJING (Metal-Pages) 16-Feb-17.  Chinese antimony prices extended recent gains as ore supply was expected to keep falling following output cuts caused by environmental checks in major producing areas. Producers pushed up prices to their highest level since December 2014. Tight supply of concentrate also lifted prices for titanium and tungsten. Antimony Producers raised their offer prices markedly with buyers starting to replenish stocks. Tight supply of concentrate and production halts for environmental inspections ...

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