Chinese DBM prices steady as market enters H2

By Laura Syrett
Published: Tuesday, 08 July 2014

Magnesia suppliers resist pressure to drop prices but values could slip towards end of Q3.

Prices for Chinese dead burned magnesia (DBM) are reported to be stable at current levels as the industry enters the second half of 2014.

Sources told IM the export market for Chinese material was now “flat”, having ebbed earlier in the year as a result of reduced demand from refractories...

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