Price Briefing 26 June – 2 July

By Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 03 July 2015

Indian barite producers lose market share; bromine looks up while TiO2 causes confusion.

Rio Tinto’s CEO Sam Walsh this week dismissed concerns about weakness in the price of iron ore, saying that inexorable global trends towards urbanisation and industrialisation would mean a "happy ending" for the steel mineral.

Speaking at a Melbourne Mining Club dinner...

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