Strikes, lower-grade ores sink Chinese copper concentrate imports
Oct 26, 2011 | 04:02 PM
SHANGHAI, China Chinas imports of copper concentrate fell in September after reaching an 11-month high the previous month as strikes and lower-grade ores contributed to tighter supply.
Imports totaled 562,506 tonnes, down 16.8 percent from 675,928 tonnes in August, according to Chinese Customs data.....
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