China increases 2014 export quota for antimony

By Laura Syrett
Published: Monday, 16 December 2013

MofCom retains limits despite WTO pressure to lift “market-distorting” regime

China has published its first batch of export quotas for minor metals for 2014, including a significant hike in the allocation for antimony metal and oxides.

A statement published on the Chinese Ministry of Commerce’s (MofCom) website today stated a 47,778 tonne quota for antimony exports for the first...

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