Chinese lithium hydroxide prices follow carbonate up

By Laura Syrett, Albert Li
Published: Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Companies in China raise selling values on market confidence and potential supply tightness but prices in other regions remain stable.

Chinese prices for lithium hydroxide (LiOH) rose in October as strong demand for the industrial greases and battery mineral gave local producers the confidence to lift offers.

Theories about potential future tightness in the availability of lithium compounds in the Chinese market, which relies on imports to supply...

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