Chinese TiO2 prices rise on strong demand, high production costs

By William Clarke
Published: Monday, 06 September 2021

Chinese titanium dioxide prices are moving higher, supported by an increase in demand and a shortage of feedstock.

Fastmarkets assessed titanium dioxide pigment, sulfite grade, fob China at $2,800-3,100 per tonne on Thursday September 2, widening upward by $100 from $2,800-3,000 a week earlier, and compared with $2,200-2,400 per tonne a year ago.


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