SHANGHAI, Nov. 9 (SMM) – As of October 26, imports of copper concentrate were 843,000 tonnes via the Port of Ganqimaodu in Inner Mongolia, according to data released by Ulate Inspection & Quarantine Bureau.
Import value totaled $1.09 billion, up 5.5 per cent YoY, it reported.
China’s imports of copper concentrate via the Port of Ganqimaodu were 2.67 million tonnes since its first shipment from July 2013.
Ganqimaodu port is a key port in Inner Mongolia, which is only 70 kilometers far from Oyu Tolgoi copper mine in Mongolia, the world’s third largeest and Asian largest copper mine.
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