China nickel ore prices start to slide
Apr 12, 2012 | 02:49 AM
Spot nickel ore prices in Chinese have begun to slip this week, after going unchanged for nearly two months, due to weak demand and increased supply.
In major Chinese ports, prices for nickel ore (nickel grade 1.8%) edged down this week by 20 yuan to 500-550 yuan ($79-87) per tonne, after remaining unchanged at 520-550 yuan per tonne since....
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