BERLIN, May 23 (Reuters) - Global magnesium demand is likely to grow strongly up to the end of the decade but unused production capacity in China means supplies are likely to be ample, the International Magnesium Association conference heard on Monday. Global primary magnesium demand was likely to rise from 410,000 tonnes in 2004 to about 500,000 tonnes by 2010, Derrick Webb, vice president sales and marketing of Hydro Magnesium , told the conference in Berlin. "Further demand growth ...
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