Sulphuric acid market still weak

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Published: Monday, 23 March 2009

As traditional users of sulphuric acid cut back purchases, prices continue to weaken

The market for sulphuric acid, used in fertilisers, titanium dioxide and boric acid processing, and in steel production, continues to weaken since the market collapsed in Q4 last year.

 

The current situation marks a turnaround from Q3 2008 when a global shortage of sulphuric acid resulted in record high...

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