Antimony prices firm on border clampdown
Apr 30, 2012 | 08:02 AM
Antimony prices rose in Europe on Friday April 27 as a protracted clampdown on smuggling in China left market participants struggling to get material out of the country amid soaring offers.
Trioxide grade antimony traded at $13,100-13,600 per tonne, compared with $12,800-13,300 per tonne on April 25, when prices rose $100 per tonne at each end of the trading....
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