Chinese import prices for alumina climb to $570/T on strong demand
Oct 28, 2005 | 06:27 PM
| Vivian Teo
Chinese prices for imported alumina have risen to $540 to $570 per tonne c.i.f. as demand continues strong, market participants said.
Offer prices at Lianyungang port in eastern China's Jiangsu province have reached $570 per tonne c.i.f., according to a senior executive with a logistics company based at the port."We still have a lot of stock here at the port, but demand is very good at the moment," he said. Lianyungang is one of the country's main entry points for alumina.....
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