Chinese fused alumina supply under further threat from Code Orange air-quality action

By Sybil Pan
Published: Wednesday, 24 November 2021

Local authorities in the Chinese cities of Zhengzhou and Luoyang issued a Code Orange response protocol (level two) on Wednesday November 24 because of a forecast for worsening air quality until the end of the month.

This marked the first round of anti-pollution efforts that were expected to run from this month until March 2022, sources said.

The Code Orange emergency response protocol in the two cities started on November 24, and it was not known how long it would be in force, according to documents...

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