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WBMS: Global Primary Aluminum Deficit Worsens Severely during January-July 2017
Sep 21,2017 16:46CST
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Global primary aluminum deficit expanded during January-July 2017, according to the World Bureau of Metal Statistics (WBMS).

SHANGHAI, Sept. 21 (SMM) – Global primary aluminum deficit expanded during January-July 2017, according to the World Bureau of Metal Statistics (WBMS).

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The market recorded a shortage of 1.38 million tonnes during January-July, up from 751,000 tonnes of deficit in the whole of 2016.

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Primary aluminum demand was 35.93 million tonnes during January-July, versus 33.71 million tonnes a year ago.

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