China’s copper imports fell 3% in November from a year ago to 456,000 tons, but they were up 8.6% from October’s number at 420,000 tons

Posted by on December 11, 2018 2:36 pm
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As reported by Kitco, China’s copper imports fell 3% in November from a year ago to 456,000 tons, but they were up 8.6% from October’s number at 420,000 tons.

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