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Goldman Sachs: Supply Side Reform to Lift Aluminum Prices 
May 2,2017 16:35CST
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Aluminum prices look set to rise as China will carry out supply side reform in months ahead, Goldman Sachs predicts.

SHANGHAI, May 2 (SMM) – Aluminum prices look set to rise as China will carry out supply side reform in months ahead, Goldman Sachs predicts.

The bank sees aluminum prices rising to $2,000/tonne over the next 6 months and up to $2,100/tonne in the coming 12 months.  

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