A metallic element found in large quantities in igneous rocks, aluminum got its name from a word which Latins used for the description of potash alum. It can be utilized in the packaging, transport, building and construction, automotive, aerospace industries, etc.
Being the major electricity consumer, the aluminum industry, nevertheless, is the in the top five list in terms of natural recourse preservation since it is widely recycled. The aluminum market was to a large extent hit by the economic troubles. It is unlikely to recover in the short run. However, gradual economic uptrend and growing demand from end-use markets are expected to positively impact the market. China is poised to remain the market leader in the future given the local consumption boost.
The Catalogue offers lots of research reports on the aluminum market. The reports include complete assessments of market trends and future opportunities, and analyses of industry participants’ performance. Data on price changes over time and the economic environment are offered in the research reports too.
International Trade in Aluminium Ores and Concentrates: Trends and Prospects
The reports examine global aluminium ores and concentrates market trends (historical, current and forecast) with respect to international trade including aluminium ores and concentrates global trade dynamics, exports/imports by geography, leading suppliers and consumers, average prices.