Seasonal decline in production creates positive price pressures

By Andrew Miller
Published: Thursday, 16 October 2014

Graphite price review: Flake graphite prices rise as Chinese production slows

Flake graphite prices increased this week, with suppliers using slowing production in China to increase margins as stocks tightened approaching the end of the year.
Production in northern provinces of China, such as Heilongjiang and Inner Mongolia, has already begun to decrease, creating to an upturn in export prices.

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