Chinese graphite quality declining, prices to rise – Archer

By Jack Elliott
Published: Monday, 28 November 2011

Australian graphite developer says graphite transitioning to high-tech applications

The quality of graphite produced in China is declining as the country’s supply consistency suffers from mine closures, according to Gerard Anderson, managing director of Australia’s Archer Exploration Limited.

Speaking at the ASX-listed company’s annual meeting, Anderson said that supply issues were being exacerbated by a...

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