Published: 23 Mar 2018
Pigment buyers have begun cutting costs and increasing end prices in response to rising TiO2 pigment prices, but what else can be done?
Published: 13 Mar 2018
The protectionism of US President Donald Trump or the uncertainty of Brexit may overshadow the global minerals industry but optimism was evident at a recent mining and development conference in Canada.
Published: 05 Mar 2018
Any drop in output from Hydro’s Alunorte refinery may affect the company’s ability to uphold alumina hydrate volumes and supplies of Brazilian material to the United States at a time of rising prices.
Published: 01 Mar 2018
The value of SQM’s shares went down by 13% in five days amid fears that the lithium market will be oversupplied by 2021.
Published: 23 Feb 2018
With the United States gearing up to create a domestic solar cell industry to rival that in China, Industrial Minerals correspondent Cameron Perks asks what effect this will have on domestic suppliers of high-purity quartz.
Published: 13 Feb 2018
The UK produces 1 million tonnes per year of kaolin, a raw material of ceramics, which a cross-sector interest group hopes to protect with EU-derived anti-dumping duties following the UK's exit from the European Union.