China’s refractory minerals industry in challenging times

By Mike O'Driscoll
Published: Wednesday, 02 November 2011

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China’s refractory minerals industry is experiencing tough times, not just from the recent slackening of domestic market growth, but also from poor planning, mining techniques, and large export volumes.


Speaking at this week’s UNITECR 2011 conference in Kyoto, Japan, Li Hongxia, president of China’s respected Luoyang Institute...

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