Egyptalum denies reports of $32M loss following fire
Aug 27, 2012 | 01:37 PM
| Ben Roberts
DUBAI Aluminium Co. of Egypt (Egyptalum) has denied reports that the fire at its plant last week caused losses of up to 200 million Egyptian pounds ($32 million), saying such estimates are premature.
A fire broke out Aug. 21 in the companys green anode blocks production line. ....
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