International Trade in Industrial MineralsMike O'Driscoll2015-07-13T12:09:48+00:00
International Trade in Industrial Minerals
by Mike O’Driscoll
Chapter 4, p.49, in Industrial Minerals and Rocks, 7th Edition, published by the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, 2006.
An introduction to the principal aspects of international trade in the industrial minerals business.
Industrial Minerals and Rocks
- The economic importance of industrial minerals
- Structure of mine-to-market supply route
- Industrial minerals pricing
- Minerals movement
- Influencing factors and trade trends
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