Private investors from China invigorate minor metals market
Aug 28, 2012 | 12:17 PM
SHANGHAI, China Chinese private investors have helped the minor metals market at a time when most overseas buyers have stayed on the sidelines, delegates told AMM sister publication Metal Bulletin at a recent industry conference.
"When I made purchasing decisions in the past, all I needed to do was some calculation based on my projections of demand and supply," one delegate said in Changsha, China. "There were so few players in the game that it was relatively simple. Now the unpredictable investors make decision-making more difficult, and I think people need to adjust to the new....
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