Graphite price gap closing as Chinese mines close for winter

By Alex Feytis
Published: Friday, 10 December 2010

Will the battery-sector demand for spherical graphite cut supply for refractories?

Graphite prices in China continue to climb as the Asian country moves into its winter season, when mine closures will add additional pricing pressure.

One source is indicating prices of $2,200/tonne for 94-97% C large flake, but others don’t feel that it is a true reflection of the market –...

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