China’s Jiangxi Copper plans recycling plant
Dec 11, 2006 | 08:38 AM
Jiangxi Copper Co., China's largest copper smelter, plans to set up a joint-venture recycling plant to produce 100,000 tonnes of copper cathode annually from scrap.
Jiangxi Copper will invest 36 million yuan ($4.6 million) and take a 40-percent stake in the plant, a company spokesman said. Hong Kong-listed electronics firm EPI Holdings will take a....
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