SA's $100/t levy will make 'chrome exports impossible': Metmar ceo Ellwood
May 09, 2012 | 07:35 AM
In two weeks’ time, South African chrome producers will table detailed objections to a proposal to introduce a $100-per-tonne tax on exports of chrome ore, Metmar Ltd ceo David Ellwood told Metal Bulletin.
The South African chrome mining industry remains divided on the potential levy.
Ellwood, of Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed Metmar, which produces and exports around 200 000 tpy of....
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