China's indium prices still climbing as market
Aug 19, 2009 | 11:59 AM
Indium prices rose again this week as Chinese supply remained tight and speculators continued to snap up material.
Refined indium is changing hands at 2,650 to 2,750 yuan ($388 to $402) per kilogram, duty paid in the Chinese market, up around 250 yuan ($37) from a week ago, while prices in the international market are $320....
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