Bauxite prices tumble further

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Published: Friday, 19 June 2009

Chinese cut in export quota fails to stop non-metallurgical bauxite prices falling

Prices of Chinese non-metallurgical grade bauxite, a key raw material in the production of refractories, abrasives, chemicals and cement, have further softened in the past month on ongoing limp demand from both the domestic and export markets.

Industry participants told IM that while a recent shipment of the sized material...

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