China’s caustic calcined magnesia producers raise offers on tight supplies

By Carrie Shi
Published: Thursday, 08 April 2021

Strict enforcement of environmental regulations in China's Liaoning province production hub has led to supply tightness and higher offer prices for caustic calcined magnesia (CCM), sources said this week.

Most producers not not yet returned to normal production, with the regional government in Liaoning continuing its efforts to curb pollution in the province.

The latest round of central government environmental inspections on heavy industries in several provinces, including Liaoning - taking place from April 6 to May...

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