China’s TiO2 prices have declined by around $400/tonne since mid-year peaks

By Laura Syrett
Published: Monday, 23 November 2015

Domestic prices sag as export demand dries up and overcapacity weighs on market.

Prices for titanium dioxide (TiO2) in China have reportedly fallen by around $400/tonne since they peaked in May-to-June this year, delegates at the TZMI 2015 Congress in Shanghai, China, learned last week.

Speaking at the event, Sheng Bi, chairman of...

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