Price Briefing: September 21-27

By IM Staff
Published: Friday, 28 September 2018

China’s domestic magnesia prices edge up on regulatory restrictions, export prices unchanged; China’s unshaped refractory materials output up 10% in August; Aachen 2018: Prices of refractory minerals expected to remain firm

China’s domestic magnesia prices edged up due to stricter environmental regulations, while export prices stood still ahead of China’s National Day holidays.
China's unshaped refractory materials output rose in August, supported by the strong demand downstream.
Most delegates at 61st International Colloquium on Refractories this week in Aachen, Germany, seem...

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