Fortescue Metals Group forced to offer even bigger iron ore discount in China
Fortescue Metals Group has been forced to further discount its higher grade iron ore in China, as pollution control measures see steel mills cut back production during the northern winter.
Traders have told The Australian Financial Review the discount for Fortescue's December delivered product with 58.3% iron content had increased to 29%.
This is up from 25.5% in November and compares to a discount of just 8.5% in January.
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