Fear of magnesia price rise over Chinese export cut threat

By Mike O'Driscoll
Published: Thursday, 19 April 2012

Concern that China may cancel H2 2012 magnesia export quotas owing to poor sales

Poor Chinese magnesiasales and a decline in Q1 2012 exports has led to a glut of unused H1 2012 export quotas which might threaten a cancellation of the H2 2012 bidding and quotas in June.


Should such a scenario arise this could lead to a sharp increase in...

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