China Cuts Back Exports of Special Metals Tin, Tungsten, Antimony, Molybdenum in 2012

- November 14th, 2011

International Business Times reported China has announced it will cut down its export quotas of special metals, which could push world prices higher.

International Business Times reported China has announced it will cut down its export quotas of special metals, which could push world prices higher.

As quoted in the market news:

Reports from Beijing’s China Daily News and the Rare Earths industry journal said China will cut export quotas for tin, tungsten, antimony and molybdenum in 2012.

Export quotas of tungsten will drop to 15,400 from 15,7000 tons.

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