New report from Roskill analyses antimony supply and demand worldwide

September 2007
Chemical Business;Sep2007, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p90
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the worldwide antimony supply and demand based on a report from market analyst Roskill. The decision of the Chinese authorities to implement police reforms prompted by widespread mine shutdowns and investigations has increased the global price of antimony. About 70% of antimony demand can be attributed to flame retardants. Also noted is the prediction on the continued growth of production of antimony trioxide in light of rising demand for flame retardants.


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