Graphite prices continue first quarter surge

By Alex Feytis
Published: Friday, 18 March 2011

Record levels expected; amorphous graphite’s supply from China still a concern

Graphite prices have continued to rise, with some grades of medium and large flakes reaching or crossing the threshold of $2,000/tonne, market sources reported to IM.

“We have seen price increases for material from China. The increase is mainly due to seasonal effect as most of the mines...

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