Asian TiO2 prices ease, with Chinese winter supply squeeze less likely

By William Clarke
Published: Thursday, 22 November 2018

Asian TiO2 prices reached new lows this week, with buyers downplaying the chance of cold-weather shutdowns in China.

Asian prices for titanium dioxide are easing downward, with buyers less worried about the risk of a winter shutdown of production in China.

Titanium dioxide availability usually reduces in the winter months in China, when restrictions come into effect...

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