China issues updated criteria for tungsten, silver and antimony exports
BEIJING, Nov 13 (Reuters) - China's Ministry of Commerce
on Monday issued an update of its requirements for exporters of
tungsten, silver and antimony for the next two years.
Enterprises that intend to export tungsten during 2024 and
2025 must have a bank credit line of no less than 200 million
yuan ($27.42 million), the ministry said in a document posted on
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