China copper inches up 0.1% after November import rises
Dec 22, 2011 | 03:37 AM
Shanghai Futures Exchange copper prices rose just 0.1% on Thursday, as growth in November copper imports gave some support to prices.
SHFE March copper settled at 54,580 yuan ($8,570) per tonne, up 40 yuan from the previous session. The contract traded between 54,160-54,980 yuan .
China’s copper imports rose by 16.5% month-on-month to 344,000 tonnes in....
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