Chinese silicon export tags jump to 2-year high
Sep 01, 2010 | 10:50 AM
Chinese silicon export prices have risen to $2,460 per tonne delivered, the highest level achieved in nearly two years, due to both tight supply and improving demand.
Grade 553 silicon is trading at $2,300 to $2,460 per tonne delivered, up from $2,260 to $2,380 last week.
Offers are at $2,300 to $2,480 per tonne delivered.....
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