Chinese graphite prices stabilise at long-term highs

By IM prices reporter
Published: Tuesday, 29 March 2011

Price hikes expected as government takes steps to hit energy and pollution targets

Prices for Chinese produced natural graphite, which is used in a wide range of refractory and other industrial applications, have stabilised in recent weeks after surging to over the $2,000/tonne level for certain grades during the first quarter.


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