Chinese salt prices rise as domestic industry increases imports

By Laura Syrett
Published: Thursday, 12 December 2013

Stable salt prices in other regions wobble on high inventories and mild winters

Salt pricesin China have risen over 2013 as the country ups its imports of the mineral, according to recent market reports.

The price gains for solar and vacuum salt are at odds to European and North American markets, where prices have been flat or slightly weaker in some regions...

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