Chinese molybdenum market remains weak on low demand
Dec 07, 2011 | 02:19 AM
Molybdenum prices in China dropped again this week because of weak demand and cash-hungry miners cutting offers.
Chinese molybdenum concentrate was trading at 1,800-1,820 yuan ($283-286) per mtu on Tuesday, down 30 yuan from a....
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