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End of decade to herald a new dawn for aluminium

We expect the aluminium market in the decade ahead to be characterised by stubbornly low prices, as economic growth in top consumer China eventually slows and begins to drag on demand. But as consumption in other emerging markets increases and the adoption of electric vehicles becomes more widespread, we think that the aluminium price will start to pick up towards the end of the decade.

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