China's tungsten ore output drops 16% in November
Dec 19, 2011 | 03:02 AM
China produced 12,934 tonnes of tungsten concentrate in November, down 16.2% from October, according to the national statistics bureau.
"The monthly drop is not small. It's because a lot of the state-owned mines stopped operations after completing production targets," a Beijing-based senior analyst said.....
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