Fused alumina prices creeping up as Chinese competitiveness wanes

By Laura Syrett
Published: Tuesday, 14 April 2015

China prices still used as benchmarks; industry remains in oversupply.

Prices for fused alumina are gradually edging up, despite global overcapacity for the material, as China’s dominance as a low cost supplier begins to ebb.

Sources told IM that prices for white and brown fused alumina were "increasing very slowly".

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