China's appetite unshaken by high copper price
Nov 11, 2005 | 09:35 AM
China's appetite for copper scrap appears undiminished even as the surging primary copper price pushes the top grades of copper scrap to record levels.No. 1 copper scrap is trading at around 33,000 to 34,500 yuan ($4,081 to $4,267) a tonne in China, close to the current cash....
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