Turning point in sight for Chinese tungsten market
Apr 18, 2012 | 05:27 AM
China’s tungsten market is finally showing signs of improvement after a 7-month decline, as sellers report more enquiries and prices stabilise.
Tungsten concentrate with 65% metal content traded at 122,000-123,000 yuan ($19,307-19,465) per tonne this week, unchanged from last week. But market participants have reported more interest.....
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