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China's Jiangxi Sets Minor Metals Output Target For 2010 -Report

Industry News 11:22:32AM Jun 04, 2010 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, June 3 -- China's Jiangxi province has set a mandatory minor metals production target for this year, the Jiangxi Nonferrous Metals Information Network reported Friday.

The province is aiming to produce 35,200 metric tons of tungsten concentrate, 3,600 tons of tin concentrate, 600 tons of antimony concentrate, 6,000 tons of molybdenum concentrate, 8,500 tons of rare earth ore products and 12,500 tons of rare earth smelting filtration products, according to the plan laid out by the province's information and technology bureau.

The information network is run by the province's industry body.

Website: www.jxys.gov.cn


 
 

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China's Jiangxi Sets Minor Metals Output Target For 2010 -Report

Industry News 11:22:32AM Jun 04, 2010 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, June 3 -- China's Jiangxi province has set a mandatory minor metals production target for this year, the Jiangxi Nonferrous Metals Information Network reported Friday.

The province is aiming to produce 35,200 metric tons of tungsten concentrate, 3,600 tons of tin concentrate, 600 tons of antimony concentrate, 6,000 tons of molybdenum concentrate, 8,500 tons of rare earth ore products and 12,500 tons of rare earth smelting filtration products, according to the plan laid out by the province's information and technology bureau.

The information network is run by the province's industry body.

Website: www.jxys.gov.cn