Gold – Mineweb reported that today brought the launch of spot gold trading on South Korea's stock exchange. Nine brokerages and 49 gold dealers have registered as members.
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Iron – Reuters reported that iron ore exports to China from Australia's Port Hedland rose to 21.34 million tonnes in February, up 36 percent from the year-ago period. In the previous month, they came to a total of 23.31 million tonnes.
Tungsten – Tungsten's former golden child is showing some signs of life.
Graphite – Lamboo Resources Ltd. (ASX:LMB) announced that it has entered a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with China Sciences Hengda Graphite Co., Ltd., the only miner and supplier of flake graphite in Central China.
Moly – Desert Mines and Metals Ltd. (ASX:DSN) announced that further sampling of selected intervals from three 2012 diamond drill holes at its South Korea-based Daehwa project returned multiple intervals of medium- to high-grade (0.1 to 2 percent molybdenum) over narrow down-hole widths (0.4 to 2 meters).
Graphite – Lamboo Resources Ltd. (ASX:LMB) announced that its South Korea-based Geumam graphite project has been issued a drilling permit by the Dangjin City County Government. The company already has the required access agreements with local surface rights holders.
Moly – Platts reported that spot molybdenum oxide powder trade was thin in Asia today because market participants are looking for clearer market direction.
Moly – Platts reported that South Korea imported 821 metric tons (MT) of molybdenum in May, double the 406 MT it imported a year ago, as a result of SeAH M&S, the country's biggest moly oxide producer, doubling its output.
Graphite – Lamboo Resources Ltd. (ASX:LMB) announced that on May 22, 2013 it was granted two applications for mining rights over its South Korea-based Geumam graphite project. It now holds five mining rights over the project.
Moly – Desert Mines and Metals Ltd. (ASX:DSN) announced an exploration update for its South Korea-based Daehwa project, noting that narrow intervals of high-grade molybdenum mineralization and wider intervals of low- to moderate-grade molybdenum mineralization have been intersected by diamond drilling.