SHANGHAI, Aug. 8 (SMM) - China’s copper ore and concentrate imports via the Port of Lianyungang dropped in the first seven months of the year on a yearly basis.
Copper ore and concentrate imports transit the port totaled 629,700 tonnes in the first seven months of the year, which are worth $798 million, a drop of 11.84% and 2.33% year-on-year, respectively.
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