Graphite prices continue upwards on supply constraints

By Mark Watts
Published: Friday, 26 November 2010

Hikes of between $50-200/tonne for natural graphite on limited Chinese output

Natural graphite prices continued to increase in November owing to constrains on Chinese exports, with suggestions of price hikes of at least $50/tonne.

Demand for graphite has been recovering...

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