Second round of antimony buys by China state reserve eyed
Feb 20, 2013 | 10:08 AM
SHANGHAI Chinas State Reserve Bureau (SRB) could soon conduct a second round of antimony buying to make up for a shortfall in a tender late last year, according to market sources.
There is talk that the SRB plans to buy about 4,000 tonnes of the minor metal, following a purchase of about 4,000 tonnes in November.....
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