China considers changing magnesia export policy for chemically synthesised material

By Albert Li
Published: Friday, 11 December 2015

The China Inorganic Salts Industry Association wants to overhaul the criteria for exporting magnesia from the country, including lowering the MgO content threshold from 98% to 90% to allow chemical producers to reach international markets.

The China Inorganic Salts Industry Association has submitted an application report to the country’s State Council, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Commerce, China Customs and the Administration of Taxation, making several suggestions on how to reform magnesia export criteria.

Among the proposals is a call to reduce the grade...

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