China’s graphite association warns against export controls

By Albert Li
Published: Monday, 09 December 2013

Liberal trade controls crucial in sustaining competitiveness; industry reform to be led by entrance standards

Export controls on niche minerals, as seen in the Chinese fluorspar and magnesia industries, are unlikely to be implemented in the graphite sector according the country’s graphite association.


Although fears of China implementing restrictions on international graphite sales have been mounting for a number of months, the leading...

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