What goes up…

By Myles McCormick
Published: Friday, 07 July 2017

As the dust settles following a price war that has quartered the market value of iodine in recent years, IM reports from Chile on the causes of the roller coaster ride in the market and looks to the future of demand for the mineral.

In March 2011, Japan was hit by the most powerful earthquake in its recorded history. The tremor, coupled with ensuing tsunamis measuring up to and over 40 metres, wreaked havoc. Nearly 16,000 people were killed, over 6,000 injured and over 2,500 remain missing, according to police reports. ...

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