Chinese coke makers to boost tags, output on mill demand rise
Jun 09, 2009 | 09:11 AM
Coke producers in Shanxi, China's largest coal- and coke-producing region, are set to raise prices and production on the back of recovering demand from steel mills.
The Shanxi Coke Industry Association has suggested that members raise list prices by 70 yuan ($10.25) per tonne for June delivery and increase output to 50 percent of capacity from 40 percent, market....
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