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Why Have Aluminum Prices Risen Sharply In Recent Months?

LME aluminum prices have averaged close to $1,900 per metric ton so far this year, around 18% higher than the average for last year. Aluminum prices have been impacted by factors influencing both the demand and supply of the commodity in China, the world’s largest producer and consumer of the metal.
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