Iodine prices unlikely to crash below $25/kg

By Laura Syrett
Published: Tuesday, 02 December 2014

Industry insiders predict prices will dip below $30/kg, but not by much

The price of iodine is unlikely to fall below the $25/kg mark, industry observers have told IM.

Recent reports suggested that Chilean prices for the mineral had fallen to less than $30/kg in the...

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