Chinese brown fused alumina prices rise 10% in two months

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Published: Tuesday, 23 November 2010

But short supply expected to ease by Q1 2011, releasing pricing pressure

Chinese brown fused alumina prices have risen sharply since September with production levels reduced due to “industrial electricity” shortages and limited export licences available, a leading buyer told IM.

 

Another source cited changes in government policy saying that “due to the policy adjustment for energy conservation and...

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