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China Hongqiao Aluminium Capacity Move To Yunnan Postponed Due To Power Cuts

China Hongqiao Aluminium Capacity Move To Yunnan Postponed Due To Power Cuts

The world’s biggest non-state-owned aluminium producer China Hongqiao Group said last week the planned relocation of aluminium capacity to Yunnan has been postponed due to energy limits put in place by the provincial government. Hongqiao chairman Zhang Bo said at Antaike’s China...

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Even More Aluminium Smelting Capacity To Spring Up In Yunnan In 2021: Antaike

Estimates show the People’s Republic of China adding another 3 million metric tons to its aluminium smelting capacity in 2021, housing half of it in Yunnan Province, the quickly-growing hotspot for new capacity. China Nonferrous Metals Industry’s statistical subsidiary Antaike said earlier this week that the province of Yunnan would see another 1.88 million metric […]

Sources Say China’s Ban On Imported Scrap Aluminium Likely To Gut Alloy Exports

A restriction upon imported aluminium scrap that is scheduled to go into effect next month is expected to raise production costs for secondary aluminium smelters in the People’s Republic of China, which experts say may close the price gap between Chinese aluminium alloy exports and their less competitive rivals abroad. As of July 1, Beijing […]