China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association

Aluminium Price Spike At Shanghai Exchange Prompts CNIA Meeting

Aluminium Price Spike At Shanghai Exchange Prompts CNIA Meeting

Citing an “irrational surge” in aluminium prices, the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CNIA) met earlier this week to discuss prices reaching highs not seen in over a dozen years. At the Shanghai Futures Exchange, primary aluminium reached US$$3,332 per metric ton,...

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CNIA Suggest Aluminium Stockpiling In Response To Coronavirus Woes

In a bid to limit the pressure on aluminium producers in the People’s Republic of China exerted by the quickly-spreading coronavirus, the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association (CNIA) advised stockpiling the metal until the crisis has passed. The CNIA said most of the country’s major suppliers have been able to maintain “normal production,” but demand […]

CNIA Denies Aluminium Dumping Allegations, Citing Better Tech And “Internal” Factors In Europe

The People’s Republic of China’s aluminium trade group denied dumping allegations by their counterparts in the European Union, responding in a statement that it is being unfairly punished for “internal” factors occurring at the complaining companies. “China’s aluminum extrusion products have not caused damage to the EU’s relevant industries and there is no dumping in […]

European Commission Launches Anti-Dumping Investigation Targeting Chinese Aluminium Extruders

Late last week the European Commission announced that it has begun an official inquiry into allegations that aluminium extrusions producers from the People’s Republic of China are dumping their product on the continent’s market, thereby undercutting local producers. The Commission issued the notice on Friday as part of its regularly-published journal. The EC’s investigation is […]

China Hongqiao Planning New Aluminium Smelter In Yunnan

World-leading aluminium producer China Hongqiao Group Ltd. is reportedly in talks with officials from the Yunnan provincial government to build a new aluminium smelter in the region. “They are in the process of discussing this issue,” explained Yunnan’s vice governor Dong Hua to Reuters earlier this week. “Once they have discussed it, you will know.” […]

China’s Aluminium Demand Struggles As Trade Tensions Rise: CNIA

Domestic demand in the People’s Republic of China has suffered of late thanks to continuing blows to consumer confidence due to the ongoing trade tensions between the Middle Kingdom and the United States. Such was the message conveyed by the China Nonferrous Metals Industry Association late last week. On Thursday, CNIA said that even a […]