China's high-grade magnesia export prices fall on sporadic buying

By Carrie Shi
Published: Friday, 03 August 2018

Several Chinese magnesia prices trended lower on soft demand and quiet buying activity. High-grade magnesia in particular saw price declines from several-month highs.

Weak demand weighed on the Chinese magnesia export market, with most buyers in no hurry to restock materials during the summer slowdown.

Though a magnesite-mining restriction remains in effect due to China's heightened environmental regulations, most producers lowered prices to boost sales, especially for low-grade magnesia.

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