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February 1, 2017
 
China calcium phosphate producers slash prices amid poor demand
 
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Prices were prominently lower.
 

Transacted prices of calcium phosphate in China

 

Prices as of Dec 31(RMB/kg)

Prices as of Jan 26(RMB/kg)

Price Changes (RMB/kg)

Sichuan (major producers)

2,200

1,880

-320

Sichuan (other producers)

1,900-2,150

1,800-1,900

-100 to -250

Hubei

2,200

1,810

-320

Yunnan

1,750-1,800

1,700-1,750

-50

Prices are based on calcium hydrogen phosphate (powder 17%) and are representative and for reference only.
RMB1=US$0.1454 (Feb 1)

 
Sales of calcium phosphate fell sharply as the bird flu epidemic resulted in tumbling prices of broilers and egg. In anticipation of poorer demand after the Chinese New Year, calcium phosphate slashed prices in attempts to clear stocks.
 
With poultry and hog population significantly lower, and the bird flu outbreak showing no signs of abating, feed sales are set to be weak during February. Calcium phosphate demand will remain sluggish amid low usages.
 


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