2021-2-14 China’s appetite for steel has surpassed 1 billion tonnes a year, but it is becoming increasingly expensive and difficult to source the most vital ingredient iron ore from abroad.
2021-2-25 The value of iron ore shipments to China in January dropped by A$471 million, or 5%, to A$9.7 billion. Only the record iron ore price prevented a further slide in the value of exports. Prices rose 8% in the month. China still bought 80% of
2021-1-28 Australia's iron ore exports to China are expected to crash in coming years and it has nothing to do with the trade war.. The commodity used to make steel is by far Australia's biggest export
China Iron Ore Production . Iron ore refers to the minerals and rocks from which metallic iron is economically viable to extract. Pig iron, which is one of the raw materials used in steel production, is derived from iron ore. China’s extraordinary economic progress and technological advances have altered the country into a global purchasing
2017-7-8 In China, iron ore with hematite grain size of less than 0.045 mm or magnetite grain size of less than 0.03 mm is commonly referred to as fine-grained iron ore . Yuanjiacun Iron deposit and Qidong Iron deposit in Shanxi and Hunan Province, respectively, are the most typical fine grain iron deposits in China
2020-12-10 A surge in demand in China, the world’s key growth engine, risks a shortage of iron ore that’s pushed prices past $150 a ton and crowned it
2020-12-2 Thanks to iron ore, Australia is China’s sixth-biggest source of imports, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade statistics show. But Australia buys just 1.9% of China’s exports, making it
2021-1-1 business; China’s iron ore play could cut prices. Fresh warning bells sound that China is getting serious about trying to cut its reliance on Australia’s Pilbara region.
MMi Daily Iron Ore Report (February 26) As of January 26, iron ore inventories across 35 ports tracked by SMM totaled 119.65 million mt, a decrease of 200,000 mt from the previous week but up 8.08 million mt year-on-year. Daily average deliveries from the 35 ports increased 34,000 mt on a weekly basis to 2.66 million mt this week.
2020-8-4 As of January 26, iron ore inventories across 35 ports tracked by SMM totaled 119.65 million mt, a decrease of 200,000 mt from the previous week but up 8.08 million mt year-on-year. Daily average deliveries from the 35 ports increased 34,000 mt