Chinese molybdenum concentrate demand seen tripling 2005 imports
Nov 14, 2005 | 06:47 AM
| Alex Harrison
Chinese imports of molybdenum concentrates could triple this year on increased demand and lack of roasting capacity in the West, according to Phoenix-based ferromolybdenum producer Climax Molybdenum Co.China could import 30 million pounds or more this year vs. less than 10 million pounds in 2004, Stan Greetham, Climax Molybdenum's general manager of global processing,....
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