Russia secures Mongolia-China fluorspar alliance

By Shruti Salwan
Published: Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Increasing reliance on foreign sources to combat dwindling acid-grade reserves

This article was taken from Industrial Minerals Data, a new, online subscription service focusing on detailed fluorspar data and analysis. IM Data will launch in 2013.

Russia’s increasing reliance on imported fluorspar is set to continue after the trend of reduced domestic production, occurring since 2006, continued throughout 2012....

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