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Despite December Restarts, 2019’s Aluminium Production Drop Is China’s First In A Decade

Despite December Restarts, 2019’s Aluminium Production Drop Is China’s First In A Decade

Experts say weak demand and trans-Pacific trade tensions are the culprits for the People’s Republic of China’s first net production drop in aluminium in a decade over the course of 2019. According to numbers published by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS)...

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Chinese Aluminium Smelters Announce Additional 800 Thousand TPA In Production Cuts

Recognizing the damage excess capacity continues to wreak upon the country’s aluminium market, the People’s Republic of China’s top smelters agreed on Friday to ax a minimum of 800 thousand metric tons per annum of smelting capacity in the next several months. An official from the meeting’s host, the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CNIA), […]

China Estimates Domestic Aluminium Demand to Increase by 6 Percent in 2018

According to numbers released by the state, the People’s Republic of China will see a 6-percent rise in refined aluminium demand in 2018, rising from this year’s estimated demand of 34.8 million metric tons to 36.9 million metric tons. Beijing Antaike Information Co., Ltd (Antaike) indicated in its report that demand from aluminum alloy wall, […]

China’s Aluminium Demand Rises 9.6% in First Half of 2017

Numbers just released from Beijing Antaike Information Co., Ltd (Antaike) show demand for refined aluminium in the People’s Republic of China jump by almost ten percent over the course of the first half of this year. According to the state-owned metals information service, the 9.6% year-on-year rise in demand is due to improvements in the […]