TZMI ’11: China to restrict sulphate TiO2 plants

Published: Thursday, 10 November 2011

Government turns to chloride future; Henan Billions eyes 100,000 tpa line

The Chinese government is paving the way for chloride-route titanium dioxide (TiO2) production by restricting the sulphate pigment that dominates its industry.

The country is eager to force its producers into making higher quality pigment to compete with Western manufacturers lead by DuPont.

Leading Chinese producer Henan Billions said in...

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