LONDON (ICIS)--The international sulphur market looks set to remain stable in the near term, with limited spot availability from some major Middle East producers countered by limited spot demand from major importer China, sources said on Friday.
“We’ve heard some deals done in the $150s/tonne CFR (cost and freight). Our Shanghai office says there is some demand, but there are not many cargoes coming from the Middle East,” said an international sulphur supplier.more >>
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