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China to Restrict Molybdenum Exports Print E-mail
Written by Interfax - China   
Monday, 12 March 2007
"China's molybdenum product export is set to decrease by 10% and export permission will only be granted to exporters with an export volume of over 3,000 tonnes in the last three years and traders in at least 1,000 tonnes in the past three years, according to China Nonferrous Metals News. Molybdenum exporters must also have a registered capital of at least RMB 100 million ($12.91 million). Molybdenum is mainly used as an alloy to strengthen iron and steel, increasing the melting point and enhancing resistance to corrosion. The USGS puts the world moly resources at 19 million tonnes, with China accounting for 8.3 million tonnes." More:
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