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RHI Magnesita reports strong refractories demand

By William Clarke, Fastmarkets IM In a trading update the company attributed its strong performance in the third quarter to increased refractory demand, adding it is protected from high raw materials prices in China due to its integrated business model. Refractories producer RHI Magnesita is benefiting from rising raw material prices, due to strong end-user

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Magnesia prices firm as China launches a new environmental inspections

By Carrie Shi, Fastmarkets IM  China’s government has begun a new round of environmental inspections of heavy industries. Magnesia prices are expected to stay firm while the main production centres in Liaoning are included in the inspections. China’s central government has launched a new round of strict environmental inspections of heavy industries in provinces including

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Thessally Resources looking to revive magnesite project in the Northern Territory

By Matt Bran, ABC Rural A resources company has begun a pre-feasibility study into reviving a magnesite mine in the Northern Territory and exporting material through Darwin port. Thessally Resources owns the Huandot magnesite deposit near Batchelor, 80 kilometres south of Darwin. Space to play or pause, M to mute, left and right arrows to

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