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Demand steady for China's alumina, but growing supply limits price rise

With Yuen Cheng Mok and Annalisa Jeffries

June 10, 2016 06:00:21 EST (11:23)

Alumina prices in China have been on the rise since February--a complete reversal from last year when prices were crashing. Where could prices be headed in H2?


In this video, senior managing editor for metals Yuen Cheng Mok and content director for metals in Asia Annalisa Jeffries explore the factors that are giving alumina prices a boost, and how prices may be affected by the capacity output expected this year with at least 7 million tons of refinery startups so far. They also discuss fundamentals in the alumina and aluminum sectors that could in turn drive or drag prices in the second half of the year.


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