Sulfate-grade TiO2 prices edge down as Covid-19 continues to weigh on market

By Claire Patel-Campbell
Published: Thursday, 12 May 2022

Sulfate grade titanium dioxide prices edged lower in the week to Thursday May 12, with reports that ongoing Covid-19-related restrictions in China have dampened the market.

Fastmarkets’ weekly assessment of the price of titanium dioxide pigment, sulfate grade, fob China, moved down to $3,000-3,100 per tonne on Thursday, down by $100-250 per tonne from $3,100-3250 per...

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