Chinese supplies dry up in wake of toxic spill

Dec 30, 2005 | 11:56 AM | Vivian Teo

Chinese supplies dry up in wake of toxic spill

Chinese market participants have stopped offering indium for export due to uncertainties over when the Shaoguan smelter and other producers in Guangdong and Hunan provinces will resume production.

"We received an inquiry from the U.S. for some (99.99-percent) material. We have told them we will discuss it further after the New Year holiday," a trader in Hong Kong said, adding that her company does not plan to sell its stocks for less....





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