IM23: Czech mineral industry output stabilises

By Kasia Patel
Published: Tuesday, 14 June 2016

The country is an important producer of kaolin, bentonite, feldspar and silica. While general clay production contracted, the stabilisation of mineral output in the Czech Republic is positive news for the country, which may look at developing and reinstating past-producing graphite.

Production of a number of significant industrial minerals has stabilised in the Czech Republic including kaolin, bentonite and feldspar output, delegates at the IM23 Congress, held in the country's capital Prague, heard today.

According to Pavel Kavina, director of raw material policy at the Ministry of Industry and Trade, industrial...

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