Fused magnesia prices rocket

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Published: Tuesday, 25 May 2010

Shortage of export licences puts pressure on Chinese prices

An acute shortage of export licences is putting pressure on Chinese export prices for fused magnesia, with prices for 98% MgO grades now reaching as high as $1,000/tonne.

The hikes have put question marks in the market over the pricing  of other grades, with one European consumer describing the market as...

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