China's upturn in graphite exports not enough to boost prices

By Shruti Salwan, Albert Li
Published: Wednesday, 04 September 2013

Demand remains sluggish but signs of a better H2 2013 are increasing; amorphous exports reach highest point for 2013

Natural graphite exports from China increased in July 2013 showing some signs of recovery going into Q3, but are still way off the demand seen in 2012. 

July’s total exports were up 6% on June 2013 at over 20,000 tonnes, however output still remained 23% lower than in January...

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