"We were very clear that as long as the 232 tariffs were there it would be very, very hard for us to ratify the new NAFTA," Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Saturday.
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Guinea expects to boost its energy production capacity by nearly four-fold over the next six years as it pushes mining companies to refine their bauxite output locally.
The world's biggest aluminium producer will this year restart some of the smelting facilities it was forced to shut in 2017.
China's aluminium exports rebounded 59% month-on-month from a two-year low in February to reach 546,000 tonnes in March.
Chalco said on Friday it boosted annual aluminium output by 16 percent in 2018.
Workers at Bauxite Company of Guyana Ltd. declined to work and demanded a pay increase.
Ratification of the deal is expected to deliver major investment and job opportunities for Australia’s mining industry.
The tax demand from the British authorities is linked to transfer pricing
According to Fitch Solutions, off-grid mines could benefit from reducing their dependency on diesel while taking advantage of the region's favourable climate conditions.
Aluminium associations the world over are calling for a refocus on China's massive production and export capacity.
South32 is the latest mining company to cut jobs after Sibanye-Stillwater last week said that it could cut nearly 6,000 jobs.
A surge in metallurgical coal output and stronger commodity prices helped boost its bottom-line.
The resulting material is expected to be used in the maritime industry.
While there are deficits ahead, the global aluminium demand picture will improve.
Arconic has been under pressure from its biggest shareholder Elliott Management Corp to sell itself.
The proposed tariff, would fall to 18% in the second year and 14% in the third year.
"A prolonged embargo will have negative impact on earnings, cash flow and sentiment."
Chalco is discussing "transformation, upgrading and development," with other shareholders of Shandong Huayu.
A new year but the same old problems for aluminium. "When you look at the economics of producing aluminium, these prices cannot be sustainable."
The government shutdown is adding to the woes of U.S. companies already paying tariffs for their steel and aluminum.
“We believe that these new cash-settled contracts... will help lower barriers to market entry"
Miao Wei, minister of industry and information technology, said the capacity expansion ban would also apply to the cement and flat-glass industries.
On the long list of leading indicators that market participants attempt to use to figure out where the economy may be headed, don’t overlook aluminum.
The LME proposed removing its block on Rusal metal on Dec. 19, after the U.S. Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) struck a deal with Rusal to sever the Russian oligarch's control over them.
Jean-Pierre Thomas was elected by the board as chairman with effect from Jan 1.