China aluminium industry

Chinese Aluminium Firms Ordered To Cut Carbon Dioxide Output By 18 Percent By 2025

Chinese Aluminium Firms Ordered To Cut Carbon Dioxide Output By 18 Percent By 2025

Last week the Chinese government tasked state-owned enterprises to cut their energy consumption per CN¥10,000 (US$1,570) by 15 percent and their carbon dioxide output by 18 percent by 2025. The move is part of a wider push to drive energy-intensive industries including...

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Beijing Releases Another 70 Thousand Metric Tons Of Primary Aluminium

The People’s Republic of China released another 70 thousand metric tons of aluminium yesterday in yet another effort at bringing down metals prices and increasing supply. Beijing’s release of metals was the fourth such release this year. Also released on Saturday was 50 thousand metric tons of zinc and 30 thousand metric tons of copper. […]

China Completes Another Auction Of Primary Aluminium Reserves

The People’s Republic of China recently completed an auction of state-owned reserves of aluminium and other metals. The auction marks the third sell-off this year as Beijing attempts to rein in high prices for the metals. On Wednesday bidders had an opportunity to bid for 70 thousand metric tons of aluminium, 30 thousand metric tons […]

Chinese Government To Auction 70 Thousand Metric Tons Of Primary Aluminium This Week

The Chinese government is planning to auction more aluminium from its national reserves next month in an effort at bringing prices for the metal back down to Earth. Per domestic media, the National Food and Strategic Reserves Administration (NFSRA) is planning to auction 70 thousand metric tons of primary aluminium along with 50 thousand metric […]