Sri Lanka’s vein graphite producers reconsider pricing strategy

By Shruti Salwan, Andrew Miller
Published: Wednesday, 09 April 2014

Weak sales could force unprecedented re-evaluation of fixed annual pricing

Slow sales of Sri Lankan vein graphite during Q1 2014 have led leading producers to re-evaluate prices, which were expected to stay fixed until the end of the year.


Despite the scarcity of the specialist form of graphite, which is currently only mined in Sri Lanka, suppliers are now reporting...

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