Chinese TiO2 prices fall further as yuan exchange rate slides

By William Clarke
Published: Thursday, 11 October 2018

TiO2 prices in China are under pressure from a weak yuan, and muted local demand.

Titanium dioxide prices in China have continued to decline this week, thanks to currency exchange effects and poor local demand.

Fastmarkets IM assessed the price of titanium dioxide pigment, high quality, bulk volume, cfr Asia, at $2,400-2,800 per...

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