China’s domestic magnesia prices up on reduced supply but export prices unchanged

By Carrie Shi
Published: Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Sector consolidation and environmental restrictions are propelling Chinese magnesia prices higher but lackluster foreign markets are keeping export prices steady for now.

Reduced supply of magnesia from the Dashiqiao area of China and continued consolidation in the sector in Haicheng propelled domestic prices higher but export prices held steady for now because of subdued overseas demand .

Chinese producers have raised their domestic offer prices by 100-200 yuan per tonne for fused...

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