Chinese TiO2 prices forecast to fall in Q3 2015

By Laura Syrett
Published: Thursday, 18 June 2015

Price increases in the first and second quarters of this year look set to peter out in H2 as a decline in demand for coatings, plastics and paper is felt upstream.

By Dominic Morgan*

Titanium dioxide ( TiO2) prices in China are likely to stagnate or even decline during the third quarter of this year due to weak domestic demand, according to the latest industry forecast by China Chemicals Market (CCM).

TiO2 prices have been rising in China in recent months, with rutile...

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