Chinese graphite prices rebound on output cut

By Albert Li
Published: Friday, 21 July 2017

Prices for some graphite grades in China have rebounded since the country's export tax was cancelled in January.

Spot prices for some Chinese graphite grades have increased this week as producers raised their offers amid environmental restrictions on output in China.    

"Unlike before, producers were not united; they were fighting in price wars for years," one producer in Shandong told IM.

"This time, producers in Shandong...

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