* Antimony hits fresh all-time high as China woes intensify * Many metals trade flat in quiet markets, summer lull eyed LONDON, April 29 (Reuters) - Many minor metals traded flat over the last week, with antimony bucking the trend to hit a fresh all-time high as persistent supply problems from top global producer China boosted prices. Antimony grade 99.65, used as a fire-proofing ingredient, rose to about $9,375 a tonne from $8,750 a tonne last week. "It is very difficult to do any ...
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