Winter rush in China pushes fluorspar prices higher

By Albert Li
Published: Friday, 13 December 2013

Stronger acidspar sales seen before winter slowdown and Chinese spring festival; domestic prices rise 15%

Acid-grade fluorspar (acidspar) prices have started to rise in China on the back of a push to secure supplies before the winter production slowdown.

After a year in which demand has been at its slowest since 2009, stocks have finally depleted but buyers have been reluctant to commit...

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