Chinese government freezes flake graphite output in Qingdao

By Albert Li IM analyst, Shanghai, Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 09 November 2012

Bureau seeks to eradicate pollution from one of China’s largest graphite regions

A formal notice preventing the approval of any additional graphite processing plants in the towns of Pingdu and Laixi in Shandong province, northeast China, has been issued by the Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau for Qingdao, IM has learned.

 

The two towns, which are among China’s largest flake graphite-producing regions,...

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