Aluminium Supply Deficit is Expected to Rise in 2014

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15 Jan 2014 14:13 Valerie Rose

CHEMMONITOR.COM - Aluminium supply deficit in the global market is forecasted to exceed 1 million metric tons in 2014.

The Chinese market is to face surplus, while the rest of the world is likely to see more than 1 mln tons deficit. As for 2015, the deficit will remain at nearly the same rate.

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