Disruptions to China’s magnesia supply continue amid Covid-19 controls, slow logistics

By Carrie Shi
Published: Thursday, 12 May 2022

Magnesia supply and inland logistics were still being affected by waves of Covid-19 infections in China in the week to Thursday May 12, with the overall market remaining static.

Haicheng, part of Anshan in Liaoning province, eased its Covid-19 controls from May 10 because there were no additional cases, and some magnesia producers gradually resumed production. But logistics continued...

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