Japan’s slowing graphite demand continues

By Andrew Miller
Published: Thursday, 14 November 2013

Falling consumption from Japan’s refractory and steel sectors set to alter the graphite map

Graphite imports into Japan – previously the world’s biggest importer of natural graphite – have continued to fall as refractory output declines and the country’s steel sector moves towards alternative recarburisers.


Japan was the leading importer of natural graphite for over a decade prior to 2011,...

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