China’s bauxite, fused alumina prices go up again on raised costs, lower supply

By Davide Ghilotti, Sybil Pan
Published: Friday, 22 January 2021

Seaborne prices for bauxite and fused alumina in China moved up in the fortnight ended Thursday January 21 on rising land transport costs and long lead times, compounded by persistently tight supply.

A new Covid-19 outbreak in China’s Hebei province was once again affecting the transport of a number of minerals and metals in the northern parts of the country in January 2021.

Because transit through Hebei is necessary to reach the port of Xingang Tianjin to ship out bauxite and...

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