Research firm Roskilde recently reported that if no new mine projects are launched in the next few years, China's stricter environmental regulations and the depletion of mine supply may result in a lack of tungsten resources.
The GF strategy released "A-share evolution", proposing financial supply-side reforms to reshape China's dominant enterprises. Among them, the "non-ferrous metal industry: opportunities for new materials" pointed out that small metal fields (rare earth, tungsten, molybdenum, tin) are important strategic metals.
The source of molybdenum concentrate is mainly divided into copper sulfide, tungsten and molybdenum and other associated molybdenum ore (MoS2). During the period of 2011-2015, due to the continuous decline of copper prices, some copper-molybdenum mines accelerated the implementation of associated molybdenum metal.
2019 is the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. It is a crucial year for the fight against pollution and the success of a well-off society.