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Chinese Firm JISCO to Expand Alumina Capacity in Jamaica  
Sep 25,2017 10:46CST
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On Sept. 21, China’s Jiuquan Iron & Steel Corporation (JISCO) and the government of Jamaica signed Jamaica Industrial Park Construction Non-Binding Intention Agreement.

SHANGHAI, Sept. 25 (SMM) – On Sept. 21, China’s Jiuquan Iron & Steel Corporation (JISCO) and the government of Jamaica signed Jamaica Industrial Park Construction Non-Binding Intention Agreement.

According to the agreement, the park will build a new alumina project with annual capacity at 2 million tonnes.

In addition, the park will also build industrial and construction aluminum extrusion projects.    

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