This is because Sichuan produces only a small proportion of
total Chinese output, and because output in other areas is
increasing. Metal Bulletin assessed spot domestic Chinese
ferro-chrome prices at 7,000-7,500 yuan per tonne, up 100 yuan
per tonne at the high end of its trading range. The
environmental inspection team visited the Sichuan province at
the beginning of June and is expected to leave at the end of
July, ferro-chrome producers in Sichuan province said.
China’s high-carbon ferro-chrome spot price
slipped on Friday June 9 to 5,500-6,000 yuan per tonne
delivered duty paid on a cash...