Chinese BFA prices up as export demand continues to recover

By IM prices reporter
Published: Monday, 04 July 2011

Certain grades of Chinese bauxite are in short supply or no longer available

Export prices for Chinese produced brown fused alumina (BFA), a key input in refractory and abrasive applications, have edged up in the past month for certain grades while the chemical quality characteristics for some grades continue to decline, industry participants have told IM.

According to suppliers operating in China, the...

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