Mongolia graphite mine may help China fill gap from lower imports — report

MINING.COM | Market analyst Roskill predicts that a new ‘ultra-large’ flake graphite mine being built in Inner Mongolia is likely to fill in the gap that has been left in the Chinese market by slower production in Mozambique.


In a new report, Roskill says the mine is located near the city of Bayannur. The project’s capacity is said to be 100ktpy for graphite, lithium-ion battery anode material, and graphene products. 


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