Bauxite prices in China rise

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Published: Thursday, 03 December 2009

Domestic prices surge on ongoing supply shortages as miners wait for permits

Prices for non-metallurgical bauxite, used in the production of a range of refractory and abrasive products, within China have continued to steadily rise over the past two months, due to ongoing domestic supply shortages and bottlenecks.

 

“Bauxite prices inside the country have increased as much as 63% in the...

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