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  • Fluorspar, acidspar, 97% CaF2, wet filtercake, fob China, $/tonne
  • Fluorspar, acidspar, 97% CaF2, wet filtercake, cif Rotterdam, $/tonne
  • Fluorspar, acidspar, 97% CaF2, wet filtercake, fob Tampico, Mexico, $/tonne
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From January 2023, Fastmarkets proposes to no longer roll over its price assessments for minor metals, ores, alloys or industrial minerals when these are scheduled to be made on days that fall on public holidays in the country in which the price is assessed, or in which a price is based.
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