Russia Non-Ferrous Metals Industry Analyzed in New Interfax Europe Report Available at

02 Apr 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – The global non-ferrous metals market has been on a downward trajectory since late 2011. Currently, the market is oversupplied, the demand and output are decreasing. The market participants have to revise their investment programs and reduce production rates. Meanwhile, lower prices for all key metals entailed the growth of non-ferrous metals production in Russia.

The Russian non-ferrous metals industry is dominated by primary aluminium production that generates over USD 9.5 billion per year. Shares of the country's reserves in world total reserves of zinc, cobalt and lead are 19%, 21% and 10%, respectively.

New research report “Russia’s Non-Ferrous Metals Industry in 2012” elaborated by Interfax Europe analyzes the Russian non-ferrous metals industry. The study discloses data on comparative growth and profitability of the Russian metals and mining sector, exports and imports dynamics, and industry’s holding structure. The report offers an overview of the industry segments. The report studies the financial state of the main non-ferrous enterprises. Comparative output trends are unveiled in the research study too.

Companies mentioned in the report: United Company RusAl, GMK Norilsk Nickel, Ural Mining and Metallurgical Company, Russian Copper Company, Chelyabinsk Zinc Works, VSMPO-AVISMA, Yuzhuralnickel, Ufaleynicke and Electrozinc.

Report Details:

Russia’s Non-Ferrous Metals Industry in 2012
Published: March, 2013
Pages: 72
Price: US$ 890.00

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