China and India’s reductions in imports of copper scrap and/or import tariffs on them will likely result in greater demand for copper concentrate, anode, and blister and higher prices for producers of cathodes

Posted by on November 8, 2018 9:05 pm
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As reported by Roskill, China and India’s reductions in imports of copper scrap and/or import tariffs on them will likely result in greater demand for copper concentrate, anode, and blister and higher prices for producers of cathodes.

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