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ICSG: World Copper Cathode Deficit Seen at 147,000 tonnes in 2017, to Expand in 2018
May 3,2017 10:11CST
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The International Copper Study Group (ICSG) said at its monthly report global copper cathode supply will be in 147,000 tonnes deficit in 2017, 100ppi.com reported.

SHANGHAI, May 3 (SMM) - The International Copper Study Group (ICSG) said at its monthly report global copper cathode supply will be in 147,000 tonnes deficit in 2017, 100ppi.com reported.

Supply deficit will expand to 169,000 tonnes in 2018, it said. 

The table below shows detailed data from ICSG:

                               Mine Output           Cu Cathode Output    Cu Cathode Use    Global Cu Cathode SAD 

Unit: 1,000 tonnes

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