Excess Chinese supply threatens lower value graphite grades

By Andrew Miller
Published: Thursday, 14 August 2014

Graphite price review: Flake graphite in decline once again; high purity grades show some resilience

Flake graphite prices slipped towards the bottom end of existing ranges this week as low cost shipments from China began to destabilise the market.

Excess production throughout the year has left many Chinese producers with an abundance of material – particularly lower value grades – leading suppliers to offer at...

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