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WBMS: Global Copper Surplus Reaches 148,000 tonnes in January-March
May 18,2017 11:53CST
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World Bureau of Metal Statistics (WBMS) said on its website global copper surplus was 148,000 tonnes in January-March, 2017, which was 199,000 tonnes in 2016, according to wenhua.com.

SHANGHAI, May 18 (SMM) - World Bureau of Metal Statistics (WBMS) said on its website global copper surplus was 148,000 tonnes in January-March, 2017, which was 199,000 tonnes in 2016, according to wenhua.com.

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