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European TiO2 Prices Rise

2:20 AM MDT | October 27, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Titanium dioxide (TiO2) firms announced further price increases, citing rising energy, raw material, and transportation costs. Cristal Global says it will increase prices of certain TiO2 products sold in Eastern and Western Europe, including Turkey, by €150/m.t., and in Russia by $150/m.t. Tronox says it will increase its Tronox-brand TiO2 prices sold in Euro-zone markets by €150/m.t. and all grades sold in Eastern Europe and Russia by $150/m.t. Kronos says it will increase prices in Western Europe by €150/m.t., and by $120/m.t. in Eastern Europe...

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