Lomon Billions: TiO2 price may rise further

By Albert Li
Published: Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Demand for titanium dioxide (TiO2) continues to increase on both the domestic Chinese market as well as in foreign destinations, which could support future price upticks despite ilmenite prices from Sichuan are moving down.

Chinese TiO2 producer Lomon Billions expects prices of the pigment may increase further despite a recent drop in domestic ilmenite prices, while demand continues to grow both internally and in export markets.

In a recent statement to investors addressing questions from securities companies, Qingfei Shen, secretary of the board at...

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