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Chemours hikes Titanium Dioxide price

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WILMINGTON — The Chemours Company today announced a price increase on all Ti-Pure titanium dioxide grades sold in North America, Canada, Asia- Pacific, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Effective March 1, or as contracts and law allow, a net price increase of 6 cents per pound will apply for all Ti-Pure grades sold in North America and Canada, and a net price increase of $150 per ton will apply for all grades sold in Asia Pacific.

Also, effective March 1, or as contracts and law allow, a net price increase of $200 per ton will apply for grades sold in Latin America, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa, and a net increase of 200 Euros per ton will apply for grades sold in Western and Central Europe, Turkey and North Africa.

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