EUROPE MINOR METALS-Chinese supply constraints boost prices

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* Returning buyers sees selenium at three-year high * Silicon continues upward march, buyers return By Michael Taylor LONDON, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Minor metals traded mostly steady over the past week, as supply problems in top metals consumer and producer China, aided prices. Selenium , used to produce electrolytic manganese, traded at its highest level since July 2007 at about $43 a lb, from around $40.50 a lb last week. "The Indians and the Chinese are in the market and more ...

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