Chinese magnesia prices drop ahead of Spring Festival

By Laura Syrett, Albert Li
Published: Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Cheaper fuel and increased competition bring prices down as volumes rise

Chinese magnesia prices have fallen slightly across the board in January ahead of an anticipated peak in purchasing activity in the run up to the country’s Spring Festival, which this year runs from 18-24 February.

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