Chinese bauxite prices stable

By IM prices reporter
Published: Monday, 19 April 2010

Chinese non-met prices still steady while refractory grade from Guyana inches higher

Prices for Chinese non-metallurgical bauxite remain stable this month although ore quality continues to deteriorate, industry sources told IM.

Published export prices (FOB China) for non-met bauxite, which is used in a range of refractory and abrasive applications, remain in the range of $400-535/tonne (85-87%, Al2O3/Fe2O3/BD lumps 0-25mm).

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