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China Sets 2nd 2010 Export Quota For Minor Metals -Ministry
Jul 8,2010 17:07CST
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SHANGHAI, July 8 -- China has set its second batch of export quotas for some minor metals, the Ministry of Commerce said in a statement Thursday.

Export quotas for antimony, tungsten, and silver will rise by 4,800 metric tons, 1,700 tons, and 570 tons, respectively, the ministry said.

The export quota for indium is set at 93,200 tons this year, while the quota for molybdenum products is set at 1,530 tons, it said.


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