Chinese silicomanganese prices fall as export demand dries up
Mar 31, 2009 | 09:49 AM
China's sillicomanganese prices dropped this week amid weaker demand and lower bids from customers.
"Bids from large steel mills are at 6,800 to 7,000 yuan ($995 to $1,024) per tonne, but some small mills are even at 6,500 to 6,600 yuan ($951 to $966) per tonne," a trader....
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