Graphite 2018: China’s graphite mine count ‘will drop’ - Qingdao Hensen

By Davide Ghilotti
Published: Thursday, 06 September 2018

Environmental inspections continue to disrupt the graphite production chain at both the mining and processing stage in China, which will lead to closures in the near term.

The number of active graphite mines in China is likely to decrease in the near future while the country’s government continues to tighten its requirements for local heavy industries, delegates heard today at the 7th Graphite & Graphene conference in London.

Addressing the audience, Haibo Mo, deputy general manager...

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