Chinese soda ash price edges down on oversupply

By Michael Greenfield, Michael Greenfield
Published: Monday, 16 July 2018

The price of Chinese soda ash dipped last week amid reports of oversupply following several months when prices were steady or rising.

The price of Chinese soda ash has decreased for the first time in six months due to a degree of "oversupply" in the domestic market, Industrial Minerals has been told.

The price of soda ash, synthetic, dense and light, fob China, fell to $290-300 per tonne on July 12, from...

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