Chinese titanium exports continue to set rapid pace in July

By William Clarke
Published: Wednesday, 02 September 2020

Chinese titanium exports continue to run at a record pace, despite the effects of Covid-19, with demand from Asian countries remaining strong.

According to Chinese customs data, titanium dioxide exports in July were 97,517 tonnes, compared with 77,287 in June, and 88,595 tonnes in July 2019.

July exports was one of the highest single-month export figures so far, but fell short...

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