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Aluminum prices in China have stayed low--hovering between Yuan 12,500/mt and Yuan 13,500/mt for most of 2015. In this podcast, Annalisa Jeffries, associate editorial director for steel, and Yuen Cheng Mok, senior managing editor for metals, analyze why aluminum smelters in China are still expanding despite low prices and look at how continued expansion could affect prices in China and the rest of Asia.


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