High Magnesium Prices Cause Export Decline on Developed Markets According to Merchant Research & Consulting, Ltd.

Jul 29th, 2011

LONDON – With the recovery of the international aluminum industry the demand for magnesium is becoming stronger as well. The overall magnesium markets in the developed countries are witnessing sustainable, but in some cases moderate rise.

There is a vivid gap in magnesium pricing on the domestic markets of the USA and Europe and on the Chinese markets. The gap is big enough to cause the decline of magnesium exports from the developed industries. Moreover the trend is impacted largely by the significant rise in global magnesium price registered lately by the consumers.

Detailed analysis and forecast on global, regional and country markets of magnesium can be found in the new market research report Magnesium Market Review that provides information on the present situation, historical background and future forecast and addresses comprehensive data showing magnesium capacities, production, consumption, trade statistics, and prices in the recent years (globally, regionally and by country).

Report Details:

Magnesium Market Review
Published: April, 2011
Pages: 51

The report features a wealth of information on magnesium producers and suppliers, addresses data on magnesium production and consumption in the respective country, magnesium trade in the country, magnesium prices. Magnesium market projections for next five years, including market volumes and prices are also covered.

The study on magnesium has been elaborated by Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd, an internationally recognized market research agency, specializing in chemical industry. “Magnesium Market Review” is included into the catalogue “Metals”, which also highlights Aluminum, Antimony, Beryllium, Chromium, Copper, Iron and Steel, Lead, Mercury, Silver, Titanium markets.



Merchant Research & Consulting Ltd.

Julia Hill, Sales Manager

Tel: +44 20 7558 8740

Fax: +44 (20) 7900-3970

E-mail: j.hill@mcgroup.co.uk