SHANGHAI, Jan. 6 (SMM) - Given sluggish global economy and China’s domestic macroeconomic regulations, demand for domestic and overseas nonferrous metals was weak, and prices vacillated, adding to uncertainty of nonferrous metals production. There were many problems in the industry in 2012 despite overall market moved steadily.
SMM review the nonferrous metals industry in 2012, with keywords including easing, sluggish, reserves purchase, entry requirements, tax and oversupply.
Keyword: Easing Jan. 7 Topic: How Will Monetary Easing Policies Affect Copper Prices?
Keyword: sluggish Jan. 8 Topic: When Will the Nonferrous Metals Industry Improve?
Keyword: reserves purchase Jan. 9 Topic: Reserves Purchase Drives the Market
Keyword: entry requirements Jan. 10 Topic: Entry Requirements for Nonferrous Metals Industry
Keyword: tax Jan. 11 Topic: How Will the Tax Affect Nonferrous Metals Industry?
Keyword: oversupply Jan. 14 Topic: Slow Economic Growth and Oversupply Plague Nonferrous Metals Industry