Nickel moving toward deficit without new major projects
Oct 17, 2012 | 11:48 AM
| Claire Hack
LONDON The current oversupply of nickel could eventually disappear if big projects like Vale SAs Goro in New Caledonia arent brought online, according to RBC Capital Markets managing director of global mining research.
"Theres an interesting switch that could happen in this market. I see the market tightening up anyway, on the basis of demand assumptions," Fraser Phillips said at a seminar during LME Week in London. ....
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