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Aluminium; the end of the Indian summer?

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Following the ruling in late September in which the Indian Supreme Court cancelled coal blocks awarded in the period 1993-2010, Wood Mackenzie estimates that the cost to the Indian aluminium industry will be more than US$300 million per year.

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