Dryblower and the threat of high-grading if China pushes hard with its environmental clean-up

IF China is serious about cleaning up its environment, and not simply sweeping a mess under the rug, then Dryblower reckons the mining industry ought to prepare for widespread market dislocation and the possible return of that most unwelcome practice; high-grading.

Dryblower and the threat of high-grading if China pushes hard with its environmental clean-up Dryblower and the threat of high-grading if China pushes hard with its environmental clean-up Dryblower and the threat of high-grading if China pushes hard with its environmental clean-up Dryblower and the threat of high-grading if China pushes hard with its environmental clean-up Dryblower and the threat of high-grading if China pushes hard with its environmental clean-up

First warning comment about high-grading in the iron ore sector came earlier this month when the chairman of Fortescue Metals Group, Andrew Forrest, complained about the hefty discount being applied