Aluminum stocks up at Japan’s ports
Feb 15, 2013 | 11:30 AM
| Shivani Singh
SINGAPORE Aluminum ingot inventories at Japans three major ports rose in January, according to Marubeni Corp.
Aluminum stocks reached 315,500 tonnes, up 11.1 percent from 284,000 tonnes in December and 13.6 percent higher than 277,800 tonnes in January 2012, according to the trading house, which collects data from the key Japanese ports of Nagoya, Osaka and Yokohama.....
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