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Chinese copper scrap imports falls to the least in 10 years
Bloomberg reported that China’s copper scrap imports fell to the least in ten years, tightening supply for smelters and signaling refined imports of the metal will continue rising.
According to General Administration of Customs data, total inbound shipments dropped 11% to 3.9 million tonne last year, the lowest since 2004. December imports rose for first time in three months to 366,534 tonne.
According to Mr Ian Roper, a commodity strategist at CLSA Limited, China’s purchases of refined copper from overseas climbed last year amid dwindling supplies of scrap, the feedstock for about one third of China’s copper production.
Mr Roper said before the figures were published that “As Chinese scrap-based smelters cut production, you will see China in the market buying more refined copper and that will ultimately turn the LME prices around. That’s what ultimately brings tightness to the market.”
According to customs data, inbound shipments of unwrought copper and products rose 7.4% to 4.83 million tonne. Copper on the London Metal Exchange has fallen 22% in the last 12 months and was at USD 5,612 a tonne in Hong Kong.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said that output of refined metal surged to a record last year as smelting capacity expanded amid ample ore supply from miners. Production climbed 14% to 7.96 million tonne.
Analysts including Mr Nicholas Snowdon at Standard Chartered Plc said in a report that “Tightness in scrap supply has boosted smelter demand for concentrate and downstream demand for cathode, contributing to China’s strong apparent demand for refined copper.”
Source - Bloomberg