The lingering impact of COVID-19 kept domestic and overseas demand subdued, weighing on operations of secondary aluminium smelters. Those producers saw limited increase in new orders after they fulfilled previous orders. This, together with a surge in China’s imports of aluminium alloy, also depressed the production of domestic secondary aluminium.
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