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How will China’s possible ban on scrap imports impact copper supply?


How will China’s possible ban on scrap imports impact copper supply?

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With greater importance on protecting the environment, China is more actively regulating the import of waste materials.And according to the recycling branch of China's non-ferrous metals association, China may also ban some scrap metal imports. However, we don't think the ban will have a material impact on the global supply-demand balance.

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This Copper Inform report highlights the key issues surrounding this topic, and draws out the implications for those involved.

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