Heilongjiang opens tender for graphite processing project at Liumao mine

By Albert Li
Published: Monday, 15 June 2015

The auction of the right to extract and process graphite from one of China’s oldest graphite mines follows two earlier tenders in the province, which is one of the biggest graphite producing regions in the world. The local government hopes that by opening up the industry to market forces, the sector will rapidly mature and increase its profits.

The government of China’s Heilongjiang province today announced plans to tender a contract to extract and process graphite from the Liumao mine near Jixi City, one of China’s most important graphite producing regions.

According to a notice published on the Heilongjiang Ministry of Land and Reources (MLR) website, the Liumao...

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