Price Briefing 3 – 9 April

By Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 10 April 2015

Barite prices confirmed as flat despite Indian market ructions; rare earths broadly steady as dysprosium rises.

China has cut taxes levied on domestic iron ore miners in a bid to support the sector, which is facing competition from cheaper and higher quality imports from Australian and Brazilian suppliers.

The resource tax, which is calculated as a percentage of value rather than a flat rate, will be lowered...

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