China ferro-silicon prices rise on power costs, not demand
Dec 06, 2011 | 08:44 PM
China's domestic ferro-silicon prices have risen this week after producers increased their offers in response to last week’s increase in electricity tariffs.
Domestic ferro-silicon spot prices were at 6,400-6,500 yuan ($1,007-1,022) per tonne on Tuesday, up from 6,300-6,500 yuan per tonne last week.
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