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Enjoying the continuous increasing TiO2 prices, China consolidates its TiO2 international trade surplus in Jan. 2011 with the export volume increasing by 0.9%, while the import volume retreats by 11.3% as compared with that in Dec. 2010.
China's import volume of titanium feedstock (excluding titanium slag) retreats in Jan. 2011, primarily due to the short supply and soaring price.
It makes sense for Sichuan Lomon to gain USD66 million total profit from TiO2 business in 2010.
Shandong Dongjia is expected to exploit titanium reserve in Liangshan Prefecture, especially in Huili County.
Jinzhou Titanium is to benefit from being National High Technology Enterprise.
Indemnificatory housing is to promote architectural coating market development
Downstream companies implement measures to avoid profit shrink caused by the rising price of raw materials.
Plastic pipe market is to boom with government's support.
China consolidates TiO2 export in Jan.2011
Thailand's import TiO2 consolidates in Jan. 2011
China widens ilmenite import origins with rising price
Pangang Group's industrial restructuring plan been approved
Profit analysis of Sichuan Lomon 2010
Jinan Yuxing aims to sell 90,000 tonnes TiO2 in 2011
Jinzhou Titanium to benefit from being National High Technology Enterprise
Shandong Dongjia expects to extend ilmenite production
Price update in March 2011
TiO2 multinationals announce price hikes in April
Rising TiO2 price shrinks downstream profit
Indemnificatory housing promotes architectural coating market development
Plastic pipe market to boom with government's support
Earthquake in Japan impacts TiO2 industry
Kronos Worldwide produces in full load in 2010
KMML to boost titanium industrial capacity
Sichuan Lomon, Pangang Group, Jinzhou Titanium, Shandong Dongjia, Jinan Yuxing, KMML, Kronos
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